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For many years, Mr. Schladitz has mainly been involved in matters of inheritance law, real estate law, intellectual property law (IP) and competition law.
Even before starting his independent practice as a lawyer, he gained experience that still benefits him today, among other things in his scientific work, but also on diplomatic matters abroad.
His focus in inheritance law lies in consultation concerning wills, probate disputes and enforcing or defending against compulsory portion claims. Furthermore, Mr. Schladitz is experienced in estate processing, among other things for non-profit organizations as well. He also advises executors, heirs and members of heir communities, such as in estate settlements. The focus is often on the goal of an amicable agreement. If this does not succeed, Mr. Schladitz is an experienced litigator who guides his clients with a professional hand through the judicial dispute, even in inheritance proceedings – throughout Germany.
In trademark and copyright law, Mr. Schladitz advises on the protection and use of the corresponding rights concerning names, terms, claims (slogans), logos, design, images, photos, music, and domains. One focus is consultation on trademark protection and trademark strategy. Mr. Schladitz also carries out trademark searches as well as trademark applications and accompanies his clients through the entire application and registration process. In competition law, Mr. Schladitz focuses on supporting (advertising) agencies and companies on issues of unfair competition or unfair and/or misleading advertising. However, Mr. Schladitz also offers his competent and experienced support for his clients concerning infringements of the above-mentioned rights, warnings and (judicial) disputes in this context throughout Germany.
Finally, Mr. Schladitz is active in rental and real estate law. He has long been advising members of a local association of Haus & Grund – including at the interfaces with inheritance law and capital security, for example through anticipated inheritance.
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