Georg
Rauber

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Georg Rauber is head of the IP / IT practice. He represents clients in transactions, litigation and arbitration proceedings in patent, copyright and trademark disputes, know-how, IT-projects and outsourcing, media, sports marketing and international distribution.

Georg Rauber is the head of the IP / IT practice at Homburger. He has extensive and long-standing experience in all areas of his practice team. Georg Rauber mainly supports transactions and represents clients in litigation and arbitration proceedings in the area of enforcement and licensing of IP, research and development, know-how transfer, IT-projects and outsourcing, including international and domestic ITO and BPO transactions, telecommunications, media, sports marketing and international distribution.

2019
Member of the Board of the Swiss Bar
2016
Member of Supervisory Board of the Zurich Bar
2011
President of the Zurich Bar Association
1996
Partner at Homburger
1991
Foreign Associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Brussels
1988
Associate at Homburger
1988
Bar admission
1987
University of Zurich (Dr. iur.)

Georg Rauber is ‹always solution-oriented and down to earth›, a client reports. He advises on the establishment of new platforms and outsourcing agreements in the healthcare and banking sectors. He is also recommended for disputes arising from the termination of outsourcing projects.

2020

Georg Rauber handles the IP aspects of M&A transactions, with further strength in licence disputes. One client describes him as ‹extremely knowledgeable›.

2020

Georg Rauber is a well-established data specialist noted for his top-tier handling of dispute resolution in outsourcing and IT projects-related issues.

2020

Georg Rauber is widely noted for his deep and varied experience in patent and trademark-related disputes.

2020

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The Legal 500 ranks Homburger Tier 1 in 14 categories and selected 6 partners for the Hall of Fame

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Homburger advises Sunrise UPC on its strategic partnership with CH Media

Deals & Cases
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Homburger partners Jürg Frick, Claude Lambert, Gabrielle Nater-Bass and Georg Rauber honored with Client Choice Awards

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Klageberechtigung und prozessrechtliche Bestimmungen (Art. 9–13a UWG)

Integrierte Formen der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit

Choosing the right law and jurisdiction for IT outsourcing agreements

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Georg Rauber

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Georg Rauber is the head of the IP / IT practice at Homburger. He has extensive and long-standing experience in all areas of his practice team. Georg Rauber mainly supports transactions and represents clients in litigation and arbitration proceedings in the area of enforcement and licensing of IP, research and development, know-how transfer, IT-projects and outsourcing, including international and domestic ITO and BPO transactions, telecommunications, media, sports marketing and international distribution.

Georg Rauber is also a member of the Competition / Regulatory and the Dispute Resolution practice. He advises clients on, and represents them in relation to, the interface of intellectual property and antitrust law. Georg Rauber regularly publishes and gives lectures in his areas of specialization. He is a member of the most important national and international associations in the fields of IP and IT (AIPPI, LES, INGRES, SF Swiss Forum for Communication Law). Between 2007 and 2012 Georg Rauber was a board member of the Zurich Bar Association, which he presided in 2011 and 2012. Since 2016, Georg Rauber has been a member of the Supervisory Board of the Zurich Bar. Since 2019, he is a member of the Board of the Swiss Bar.

Career

2019
Member of the Board of the Swiss Bar
2016
Member of Supervisory Board of the Zurich Bar
2011
President of the Zurich Bar Association
1996
Partner at Homburger
1991
Foreign Associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, Brussels
1988
Associate at Homburger
1988
Bar admission
1987
University of Zurich (Dr. iur.)

Languages

English, German

Bar Registration

Admitted to the Swiss bar

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