Mr. Naumann advises companies and entrepreneurs on matters of contract, information technology, licensing, commercial, and corporate law.
His practice ranges from negotiating and executing long-term supply and development agreements across Europe; to the protection, licensing, and exploitation of intellectual property; to tending to corporate and commercial issues; and beyond to accompanying trademark portfolios and representing his clients in trademark and anti-trust disputes. Mr. Naumann works in both English and German is therefore happy to communicate, conduct negotiations, or draft agreements and other documents in English, if you should want or otherwise need that to be the case.
Mr. Naumann studied law at the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany. In 1998, he joined the law firm de faria & partner in Wiesbaden, made partner in 2003, and left in mid-2010 to start his own firm. In July 2010, Mr.Naumann founded the firm Kanzlei | Naumann in Wiesbaden and, in June 2012, was able to add the title of Fachanwalt für Informationstechnologierecht (specialist counsel for IT law) to his name.
Mr. Naumann is also the vice-president of the “Einigungsstelle in Wettbewerbssachen,” an arbitration committee for competition law disputes of Wiesbaden’s Chamber of Industry and Commerce.