Dr. Jan Bösing practices law in all areas of intellectual property, focusing on patent law. He represents clients in complex patent infringement proceedings and nullity proceedings before the German Federal Patent Court as well as opposition proceedings before the European Patent Office and the German Patent and Trade Mark Office. His wealth of experience in cross-border patent litigation is especially valuable for his international clients. Dr. Jan Bösing focuses on telecommunications, the automotive industry, electronics, and micromechanics. He also takes a keen interest in sports, which is based on his degree in sport management and his committed basketball activities.
A particular focus of the IP work which Dr. Jan Bösing does is on standard-essential patents (SEPs). He advises clients on and represents clients in the enforcement of SEPs on the one hand and the defense of compulsory license under antitrust law (FRAND defense) against the assertion of SEPs on the other hand. In this context, he has been involved in multiple prominent SEP cases of the last few years on behalf of his clients and regularly supports clients out of court in negotiating licenses and evaluating portfolios.
Dr. Jan Bösing also advises his clients on IP transfer and license agreements as well as research and development projects in all technical fields. He has vast expert knowledge on intellectual property in the context of corporate transactions and restructuring, having been responsible for a plurality of due diligences in the area of IP.
A very clever and persistent lawyer.
The Legal 500 Germany/EMEA, 2023
proactive, well organised and incredibly knowledgeable in the case law
IAM Patent 1000, 2023
Jan Bösing is very smart and pragmatic and has a good business perspective, delves into the specifics of the industry and problems that affect us beyond our actual case.
The Legal 500 Germany, 2021
Jan Bösing is a rising star to watch.
Managing IP, IP Stars, 2020
Interpretation and application of Huawei by German courts, Intellectual Asset Management, July/August 2016