Welcome Dylan Moore to Büdding Legal!

We are excited to announce that Dylan Moore is joining Büdding Legal. Dylan is a lawyer from Washington State who is also a member of the Berlin Bar Association (RAK) and licensed to in Germany as an American Attorney at Law.  He has experience as in-house counsel, at both big law and boutique law firms, and as a government regulator. Originally from Flint, Michigan, Dylan studied German in college before earning his Juris Doctor from The George Washington University Law School (GW) in Washington, DC.  At GW, Dylan specialized in international law and assisting small businesses. He worked as an intern in the legal department of Infineon Technologies AG, the German semicondutor manufactorer in Munich, and gathered experience in the business practice section of Dentons, a large international law firm, in their Berlin office.  He finished his third year as a member of the GW Law Small Business and Community Economic Development Clinic where he specialized in trademark law, successfully prosecuting his first trademark registration on behalf of a client, and advised clients on a variety of business matters. Before moving to Berlin, Dylan worked in Seattle, first at a boutique international law firm – Harris Bricken LLC – and then as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Seattle.  His practice with the City of Seattle centered around advising city departments on regulatory enforcement, including legal analysis and in-court litigation.  Knowing how regulators think and operate is a skill which he now brings to his business clients, helping them to interpret and comply with regulations. Dylan is bringing this experience to Büdding Legal, where he will be building and expanding his practice in Berlin, offering a variety of legal services ranging from business formation and contract drafting, review, and negotiation to trademark protection in the U.S. and immigration filings.  As an American who has studied and worked in the U.S. and Germany, he is especially well equipped to assist on transatlantic matters.

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