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Here you find the latest news about our firm and intellectual property topics that may be of interest.

New publication

Our partner Dr. Marc Gerauer has published his article on patent infringement in 3D printing in English.

You can find the publication here.

Cancellation of our Seminar scheduled for March 10, 2020

It is with much regret that we are cancelling our international seminar scheduled for March 10, 2020 due to the health risks associated with the coronavirus (Covid-19) and corresponding travel restrictions for our speakers from Asia.
We would like to thank you for your interest in the seminar. It is our intention to re-schedule the seminar under more favorable circumstances.
We hope that this decision does not cause any inconvenience. Our sympathies at this time are with those affected.

Update: new speaker in our March 10, 2020 seminar

There are still a few vacant places for our seminar on international patent matters, held in Munich on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. The seminar provides a unique possibility to obtain first-hand insights from internationally renowned speakers and experienced practitioners. The seminar will provide ample opportunity for networking, including an informal closing reception.

Further, due to travel restrictions associated with the pneumonia situation in China, our invited speaker from China, Mr. Xiaolin Huang, will unfortunately not be able to attend. To be nonetheless able to provide an update on patent-matters in China, our associate Mr. Haidong Hao (Chinese Patent Attorney Qualification) will present on the Chinese practice. Mr. Hao has been permanently based in our Munich office since the beginning of 2019. Prior to joining Kraus & Weisert, Mr. Hao has gathered many years of experience as an in-house patent counsel for Chinese companies. He will enrich the discussion with insights of the Chinese patent landscape from an in-house perspective.

We are looking forward to hearing interesting lectures and an inspiring exchange of ideas between IP professionals from around the world.

For more information please click here.

 

Update on Seminar March 10, 2020 Hilton Hotel, Munich

Kraus & Weisert is pleased to announce that it will be hosting its second international seminar on “Patent Examination Update in China, Japan, Korea, the US and Europe and the impact on litigation” at the Hilton Hotel in Munich on March 10, 2020.

The seminar provides a unique possibility to obtain first-hand insights from internationally renowned speakers and experienced practitioners.

The panel includes Xiaolin Huang, China; Dr. Hong Seok Song, South Korea; Yoichi Watanabe, Japan; Jeffrey D. Hsi, USA, as well as Dr. Johannes Graf Ballestrem and Dr. Claus Beckmann, Germany.

Further details.

Seminar – March 10, 2020

On March 10, 2020, we will be hosting our second international seminar at the Hilton Hotel in Munich. Speakers from China, South Korea, Japan, the US and Germany will provide insights on examination matters in different jurisdictions including information on basic requirements and best practice for claims and embodiments in the field of Artificial Intelligence and flexibility in making amendments. The speakers will specifically highlight the impact on litigation across these topics and include recent developments. Further details will follow shortly.

New Corporate Design

Our new website is online. Many thanks to all those involved for their support, especially to the agency "Design LUV – Andreas Lorenz" in Munich.

Recommended by Juve

Juve recommended Kraus & Weisert in 2019 as patent firm for filings especially in the fields of chemistry, digital communication and computer technology, pharma and biotechnology.

Recommended by Leaders League

We are pleased to announce that Kraus & Weisert is recommended by Leaders League for Patent Prosecution in Germany in 2019.

Kraus & Weisert recommended by IP Stars

IP Stars

Kraus & Weisert is recognised as notable patent firm by IP stars. Furthermore we are happy to inform you that our partner Hans Jörg Banzer is recognised as IP Star in the 2019/2020 edition of IP stars for his patent work.