Mr
Rudolf
Erhardt Sachs

Senior European Patent Attorney

Munich Office

Engineering

Telephone. +49(0) 891 259 9600
Email. [email protected]

Experience

Rudolf started in 1996 working in the IP business. His experience and interests cover a wide field of technologies, allowing him to quickly understand a matter and pinpoint its issues in the field between technical, legal, and economic constraints.

Rudolf’s work approach is fact-oriented, diligent and analytical. He is dedicated to an in-depth understanding of any factors contributing to a case, giving best possible advice to clients and finding a solution that meets their needs.

Qualifications

Patent Attorney

European
German


DIPL.-ING

Mechanical Engineering / Aerospace Technology

OTHER

Diploma Mechanical Engineering

Publications

From March 1 Patronus IP have merged with HGF

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