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DRM LEGAL is a law firm with an office in Hamburg, Germany. It was founded in 2012 as by attorney Dr. Florian Meyer. DRM LEGAL advises companies in Germany and abroad in the fields of unfair competition as well as product law and media law. One focus of our legal work lies on a strategic consultancy in dealing with health claims, warning letters, administrative complaints, criminal investigations and product crises.

 

Please feel free to contact us! You will find us in the center of Hamburg City.


Dr. Florian Meyer

Dr. Meyer was admitted to the bar in 2004. He studied in Hamburg, Lower Saxony and Freiburg and completed his doctorate on the topic health claims in Europe and the U.S. He is the author of a book on the European Health Claims Regulation and other specialized publications. Since 2006, he is also a speaker at the Food Law Academy at the University of Marburg, a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Marburg Research Centre for Food and Feed Law and a winner of the food law Prize 2005 (pmi Verlag).


Experience (excerpt):

  • Lawyer at the life science team of U.S. law firm Jones Day
  • Legal adviser at a large German trading company
  • Representation of one of the largest German medical societies against a therapy provider in a statement dispute in 34 trials
  • Advising a commercial enterprise on more than 30 product crises and authority complaints
  • Representing a provider of dietary supplements in several criminal proceedings
  • Accompanied biocidal product launches in 19 EU Member States
  • Drafting and negotiation of various contract manufacturing and distribution agreements in the fields of cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and food supplements
  • Advising a pet food retailer in trademark applications and defenses and on feed law issues
  • Assessment of various websites offering health and consumer products as well as medical practitioners, Beauty salons and other service providers in the health sector
  • Consulting two startups from the design and fashion industry on media and internet law issues