Provided by Martin Köhler
Martin Köhler has been an attorney since 1998. He is specialized in patent infringement litigation and is regularly active in trademark and design rights enforcement as well as in unfair competition litigation. Outside court, his other work includes providing advice on licensing, research and development agreements as well as on employee invention matters.
Martin regularly represents clients in the areas of electronics, telecoms, mechanical and chemical engineering, automotive technology, pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
In addition to his legal studies at the Universities of Saarbrücken/Nancy and Trinity College Dublin he has completed a foundation degree (D.E.U.G.) and postgraduate studies (D.E.S.S.) in French law.
Martin publishes regularly on intellectual property issues and is a speaker at conferences on patent law issues. He is also a lecturer at the Hagen Law School.
Martin Köhler has an impressive client list that includes blue-chip companies from the technology and electronics industries. His litigation practice covers patent enforcement, including infringement litigation and nullity actions.