GCI Virtual Summit Thought Leader – Margret Knitter, SKW Schwarz

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GCI Virtual Summit Thought Leader – Margret Knitter, SKW Schwarz

Margret participated as a thought leader at the GCI Virtual Summit 2020, joining 1000+ registered global leaders in both cannabis and psychedelics.

Check out her bio below:

Margret Knitter is a partner of the German law firm SKW Schwarz and a Certified Expert for IP. Additionally, she is head of the IP practice and head of the Medical Cannabis group at SKW Schwarz.

Margret Knitter advises her clients in all matters of intellectual property and competition law. This includes not only strategic advice, but also legal disputes. Her practice focuses on the development and defense of IP portfolios as well as advice on developing marketing campaigns, R&D and cooperation agreements, cross-border IP licensing and IP strategies. Margret advises on labelling obligations, packaging design and regulatory questions, in particular in the Life Sciences, Foodstuffs and Cannabis industries. She represents her clients’ vis-à-vis authorities, courts and the public prosecutor’s office.

Margret Knitter is recognized as a leading lawyer in Who’s Who Legal 2020 in the category “Trademarks”. IP Stars ranked Margret among the Top 250 Women in IP and among the Trade Mark Stars 2020. The Legal 500 (2020) recommends her as “an excellent trademark and competition lawyer” with “large expertise” who “keeps constantly in touch with the latest trends (or ahead of them)”. WTR 1000 (2020) lists her as a recommended lawyer (Silver Tier) for Trademark Professionals.

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