Clauß Essers considers himself a technophile. He originally wanted to study electrical engineering, but then became a patent attorney. He came to study law thanks to his father and uncle. “At some point, a client of mine was thinking about how he could sign contracts with Chinese SMEs.” From that day on, China never left Essers’ mind.
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