Benjamin works with a range of clients from SMEs to large-scale enterprises. Besides drafting of patent applications and prosecution, Benjamin offers guidance to his clients in terms of patent portfolio management.
Benjamin has significant expertise in electronic engineering, particular communication engineering, 4G, 5G, software, and telecommunications, particularly wireless communications, including standard essential cases. Furthermore, Benjamin has experience in semiconductor technologies and display technologies.
Benjamin also advises his clients in the fields of trade mark and design law.
Benjamin holds a Diploma degree and a Dr. rer. nat. in Physics at the Hamburg University. During his studies Benjamin worked at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, LNGS, in Assergi, Italy, where he was responsible for commissioning of parts of the readout electronics of an international particle physics experiment investigated neutrino oscillations. As a postdoctoral researcher at the TU Dresden he was involved in investigating rare nuclear decays at LNGS using room-temperature CdZnTe semiconductor detectors.
Benjamin is a Patentanwalt (German Patent Attorney), European Patent Attorney as well as European Trade Mark and Design Attorney.
Physics Diploma, University of Hamburg
Dr. rer. nat., Particle physics, University Hamburg
Join our webinar on 1st December, where speakers from Shiga, one of the leading IP firms in Japan, will present on ‘Patent eligibility of AI-related pharmaceutical inventions and practical tips …Event details
Cambridge Information & Intellectual Property Meeting (CIIPM) will be held on 15th December and HGF Patent Director Dr Simon Turberville will be attending and speaking. CIIPM meetings promote knowledge sharing …Event details
WIPR Insights are hosting a webinar on 17th November, where HGF’s Partner Rigel Moss McGrath and Trade Mark Attorney Rachel Platts will discuss Brands with social purpose. About the webinar …Event details
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