Sylvia Anthamatten

Sylvia Anthamatten

Consulente
MLaw, LL.M., Avvocato

Sede

Zurigo

Contatto

Telefono diretto: +41 58 658 55 90
sylvia.anthamatten@walderwyss.com

Curriculum Vitae

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Sylvia Anthamatten is counsel in the Information Technology, Intellectual Property and Competition Team. She advises and represents clients in all aspects of intellectual property law with a particular focus on trademark, copyright, design and unfair competition law, including media and advertising law. She regularly advises clients in negotiating IP and technology-related agreements. Sylvia Anthamatten represents clients in disputes before courts and administrative bodies. She also advises on corporate and commercial law.

Sylvia Anthamatten studied at the Universities of Fribourg and Stockholm (MLaw 2008) as well as at the University of Melbourne (LL.M. 2016). She was admitted to the Swiss Bar in 2012. Before joining Walder Wyss, she worked as an attorney in a major business law firm in Zurich. Amongst others, she gathered further pratical experiences as a trainee at the Federal Institute of Intellectual Property and as a temporary inhouse counsel in a sports company.

Managing IP has recognized Sylvia Anthamatten as "Rising Star".

Sylvia Anthamatten speaks German, English and French. She is registered with the Zurich Bar Registry and is admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

Green Advertising

New Green Advertising Guideline from the Swiss Commission for Fairness

Advertising & Marketing - Switzerland

Greenwashing in Focus of Consumer Protection: The Swiss Commission for Fairness Qualifies Further Green Advertising Statements as Unlawful

Risk to the Recognition of Shape Marks’ Inherent Distinctiveness – 3D Sign for Tetra Pak Was Refused Protection

FIFA’s Green Claims of a Climate Neutral 2022 World Cup in Qatar Have Been Disqualified

Bulls vs. Dragons – Mystical Creatures and Energy Drinks: A Critical Analysis

Hermès vs. Rothschild – Are Virtual and Physical Goods Similar?

Tartlets and Trademarks – Infringement Dispute Concerning Well-Known Confectionery

QATAR 2022: Trademarks Will Still Not Compete in the Championship and How the IPI Reacts

“Fire Ring” qualifies as work of applied art under copyright law

Federal Supreme Court cancels trademarks referring to 2022 World Cup in dispute between FIFA and Puma

QATAR 2022: Trademarks Will Not Compete in the Championship

Advertising & Marketing 2022 in Switzerland

Unpronounceable Acronyms Enjoy a Limited Distinctive Character

Viagogo’s Online Sale Practices Held to Be Unfair

Lauterkeitsrechtliche Aspekte des revidierten Rechts zum Telemarketing - Änderungen im UWG im Zuge der Teilrevision des Fernmelderechts

Irreführung und Sittenwidrigkeit als Schutzausschlussgründe / Wie weit soll (und kann) das Publikum vor Marken mit irreführenden Herkunftsangaben geschützt werden? – Kommentar zu BGE 132 III 770 (COLORADO)

Was macht ein Design schutzfähig und wann liegt eine Designverletzung vor? Das Bundesgericht konkretisiert die Kriterien und überwindet endgültig seine altrechtliche Praxis – Kommentar zu BGE 130 III 636 (SCHMUCKANHÄNGER)

Federal Supreme Court Holds that Shape of Nespresso Capsules is Technically Necessary

Abandonment of Strict Swiss Practice on Trademarks Incorporating Indications of Source in Sight

Swiss Producers to Benefit from Enhanced Protection of Geographical Indications at International Level

SWISS RE – WE MAKE THE WORLD MORE RESILIENT: Federal Supreme Court confirms that services need not be limited to those of Swiss origin

“SWISS RE – WE MAKE THE WORLD MORE RESILIENT”: il Tribunale federale svizzero conferma che i servizi rivendicati dal marchio non devono essere limitati all’origine svizzera

Pubblicità e marketing 2021 in Svizzera

Marchio QR Code con croce inserita considerato distintivo

The Swiss Federal Supreme Court Ruled on the Required Legitimate Interest in Injunctions

SWISS RE – WE MAKE THE WORLD MORE RESILIENT considerato non ingannevole

“SWISS RE – WE MAKE THE WORLD MORE RESILIENT” – Marchio commerciale giudicato non fuorviante senza limitazione dei servizi all’origine svizzera

La legge sul diritto d’autore riveduta entra in vigore il 1° aprile 2020

Due to COVID-19, the Swiss Institute of Intellectual Property suspends most of the deadlines until 20 April 2020

Strengthened position of trademark owners in the fight against counterfeiting – and more to come

Pubblicità e marketing 2019 in Svizzera

Sport & Immaterialgüterrecht

Was macht ein Design schutzfähig und wann liegt eine Designverletzung vor? Das Bundesgericht konkretisiert die Kriterien und überwindet endgültig seine altrechtliche Praxis – Kommentar zu BGE 130 III 636 (SCHMUCKANHÄNGER)

Irreführung und Sittenwidrigkeit als Schutzausschlussgründe / Wie weit soll (und kann) das Publikum vor Marken mit irreführenden Herkunftsangaben geschützt werden? – Kommentar zu BGE 132 III 770 (COLORADO)

The risk of losing trademark rights when changing the typeface of a mark

Supreme Court rules on requirements for trademark in use

Sports shoe stripes position mark succeeds on appeal

Clarification of requirements for proving lack of intention to use

By Hook or by Crook, IP piracy