Dominik Woll

Dr. jur.

Dr. Dominik Woll advises German and international clients on issues of patent litigation and technology-related copyright law, competition law and antitrust law. He is involved in proceedings relating to patent and copyright infringements as well as competition law, frequently on a transnational level. Dr. Dominik Woll draws up expert opinions on complex questions of (potential) IP infringements.

Dr. Dominik Woll primarily advises on various technical areas, especially in the fields of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and telecommunications. He has comprehensive experience in standard-essential patents (SEP) and their enforcement and/or defense against their enforcement, including FRAND issues. Additionally, he is an expert on comprehensive damages proceedings.

Dr. Dominik Woll additionally focuses on legal matters related to contractual copyright law, especially employee-related copyright law.

Attorney-at-Law (Rechtsanwalt), UPC Representative, Counsel

Bureau: Munich

Langues: German, English, French

+49 89 928 05-256


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In our patent litigation team, I handle cases that are complex in technical and economic terms. Carefully analyzing them and extracting essential aspects, I develop beneficial strategies and help our clients achieve their goals.

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Counsel of the firm


Registration as a Representative before the UPC


Attorney-at-law at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG in Munich, Germany


Licensed to practice as an attorney-at-law


Second State Examination

2012 - 2014

Trainee at the Higher Regional Court of Stuttgart, Germany, including training placements with a large patent law firm in Vaduz, Liechtenstein and at the State Commissioner for Data Protection of Baden-Württemberg, Germany

2012 - 2013

Research assistant at a globally active law firm in Stuttgart, Germany, in the fields of Intellectual Property

2010 - 2016

Dr. jur.  in law at the University of Göttingen, Germany; Thesis on “Relationships as regards copyright law between German Academies of Sciences and Humanities and their authors, whether or not bound by instructions, of scientific works – in consideration of academic freedom pursuant to Art. 5 (3) sentence 1 German Basic Law (GG)”

Peter Lang Junior Researcher Award 2015 in the field of Law

2010 - 2011

Advisor on copyright / publication matters at Academy of Science and Humanities Göttingen, Germany


First State Examination

2002 - 2009

Studies of law at Eberhard Karl University of Tübingen, Germany and Georg August University of Göttingen, Germany