Press release of September 21, 2010
Dr. Jochen Pagenberg was inducted into the IP Hall of Fame for 2010, following a voting process that involved IP professionals from around the world. This culminated in a final vote by members of the IP Hall of Fame Academy, who are selectedfrom the inductees of previous years. The IP Hall of Fame was created in 2006 by the journal Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) of the IP Media Group to award personalities from politics, judges and lawyers, scientists and inventors of technology, who have played a major role in the creation of today’s IP system. Inductees into the IP Hall of Fame are chosen for their outstanding contribution to the development of IP law and practice. For more information visit: www.iphalloffame.com
Among Dr. Pagenberg’s many past achievements and ongoing engagements may be mentioned: Expert of the Working Party for the European Patent Litigation Agreement (EPLA); Member of the Expert Group of the European Commission for the EU patent court system, President of the European Patent Lawyers Association which is contributing to the work for the establishment of a European and EU patent court as advisors of the Commission and by organising conferences all over Europe; chairman of the AIPPI Special Committee on European patent litigation; and not least his relentless publication activities resulting in some 80 articles, six books (such as “License Agreements” now in its 6th English/German edition, with English/Chinese and English/Korean versions having been published recently) as well as lecturing activities at academic institutions in Europe and the U.S.
BARDEHLE PAGENBERG is the only law firm with several of its members having been honoured with this position, one of them Dr. Alexander von Mühlendahl, former Vice President of OHIM in Alicante. This year’s inductees into the IP Hall of Fame were honoured at a gala dinner on 21st June 2010 during the IPBC Conference in Munich.