Karin Westerberg specialises in matters concerning dispute resolution, intellectual property and marketing law.

Karin has extensive experience of IPR disputes, in particular disputes concerning patents, but also other IPR such as copyright, trade marks and designs. She is also experienced in handling disputes regarding trade secrets and marketing law.

Karin primarily assists in IPR litigations, but also advice clients on a regular basis whenever they have issues relating to IPR, such as e.g. the protection of IP in general and the drafting of commercial IP agreement. Karin also assists clients in the pharmaceutical sector with regulatory matters.

Karin is a registered representative before the Unitary Patent Court (UPC).

Karin is the chairwomen of the Svensk Form Copyright Panel. She is also a member of the Committee on Intellectual Property, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Sweden.

Karin Westerberg is recognised by Managing Intellectual Property as a top intellectual property practitioner (“Top 250 Women in IP" 2020, 2021 and 2022). The list highlights female IP practitioners in private practice throughout the world who have performed exceptionally for their clients and firms in the past year. The list features more than 30 jurisdictions and is a result of the research conducted for Managing Intellectual Property IP STARS team. Karin is also named “Patent Star" 2020, 2021 and 2022 by Managing Intellectual Property, ranked in IAM Patent 1000 (2020 and 2021) and recommended by Legal 500 (2018-2021) within Intellectual property and media. She has previously been ranked as a “rising star” in the category patent litigation by IAM Patent 1000 (2019) and by Managing IP (2018) in the categories patent contentious, trademark and copyright.

Karin Westerberg, a tenacious advocate whose “diligence, excellent care for details and flexibility exceed all expectations”

IAM Patent 2021

Karin Westerberg enters the rankings following positive market feedback. Karin Westerberg has experience in copyright and patent infringement matters.

Chambers Europe 2022