Lawyer profile for Europe 2021
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Peter Ling's practice focuses on intellectual property, unfair competition and life sciences matters. He represents clients in litigation before Swiss courts, arbitration proceedings, as well as in administrative matters before governmental authorities. In addition, he advises regularly on a broad range of issues in the context of intellectual property, unfair competition, life sciences and healthcare law. Peter Ling regularly publishes on intellectual property matters and is a former guest author of the IPKat blog. He is a lecturer at the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property and a member of the board of the Licensing Executives Society Switzerland (LES-CH).
Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg i. Br., Germany (visiting student, 2003), University of Fribourg i. Ue. (lic. iur., 2004), University of Lausanne (Assistant of Prof. F. Dessemontet, 2004/07), Admission to Zurich Bar (2010), Joined Lenz & Staehelin (2010), Columbia Law School (LL.M., Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 2012/13), Partner at Lenz & Staehelin (2020)
Zurich Bar Association (ZAV), Swiss Bar Association (SAV), Center for Business Law of the University of Lausanne (CEDIDAC), Institut für Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz (INGRES), Licensing Executives Society Switzerland (LES-CH), International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI), Munich IP Dispute Resolution Forum (IPDR Forum)
Languages: German, French, English, Italian, Hungarian