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Philipp Reichl

Patent attorney

‘My task is to optimize the process of building a company’s IP portfolio so that it can get the foothold it needs in the industry to secure its future.’
Philipp Reichl

Philipp Reichl

  • Hightech & Electronics
  • European Patent Attorney
  • German Patent Attorney
  • European and German Trademark and Design Attorney
  • Associate

Before starting his career in Intellectual Property in 2008 in a Munich IP Boutique, Philipp Reichl worked as a scientist in environmental and atmospheric physics at the University of Bremen. Philipp studied physics at the University of Bayreuth with an emphasis on biophysics, optics and spectroscopy.

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Having worked for several years as the lead German patent attorney in electronics, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering for a large international patent law firm, Philipp has experience in a wide range of technical fields including areas such as automotive industry, industrial robots, healthcare and safety, and semiconductors. He has been working with local inventors on drafting patent applications as well as in the prosecution of German and European patent applications for international clients in particular from Asia and North America.

Working experience

  • Patent Attorney, V.O. (2019 – present)
  • Pattent Attorney, Haseltine Lake LLP (2013 – 2019)
  • Patent engineer, Prinz & Partner (2008 – 2012)
  • Research scientist, University of Bremen (2006 – 2008)

Education

  • Law for Patent Attorneys, University of Hagen (2010 – 2012)
  • Dipl. Phys. Univ. Physik, University of Bayreuth (2000 – 2005)

Professional & Community Activities

  • GRUR
  • VPP
  • epi
  • FICPI

Languages

  • German
  • English
  • French

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News

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The 2018 annual report of the European Patent Office (EPO) shows a 4.6% increase in the number of European patent applications, reaching 174,000 applications.Continue reading

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Events

European Patent Seminar

Hotel Excelsior München, Schützenstraße, Munich, Germany

Know the latest ins-and-outs concerning examination, opposition and appeal proceedings before the EPO. Be updated on the unitary patent and the unified patent court. Continue reading

Improve your practical knowledge at the IP Academy – Basic

Winthontlaan 6, 3526 KV Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands

Follow the annual course on patents, trademarks and designs. For innovative entrepreneurs who wish to improve their intellectual property (IP) know-how, V.O. Patents & Trademarks organizes a basic course on IP on Thursday 26 September. Continue reading

Product case game: Heineken THE SUB

V.O. Patents & Trademarks, Winthontlaan 6/G, Utrecht, Netherlands

Exclusively for for all students who have participated in the TU/e Contest, WUR Challenge, TU Delft Contest and UT Challenge we organize a special product case game. Make a deep dive into the innovative world of home draught beer with Heineken’s THE SUB. Via this game you will gain insight into the role of Intellectual Property during the development of this stunning device. Win the game and THE SUB is yours! Continue reading