Georg Anetsberger represents German as well as international clients in all patent-related matters. He prosecutes patent applications before the German Patent and Trademark Office and the European Patent Office. He also regularly provides expert opinions regarding infringement and validity of patents. His work further focuses on opposition and nullity proceedings as well as the enforcement of patents before the relevant German courts, often involving coordination with parallel proceedings in other jurisdictions. Several years of interdisciplinary research work in various fields of experimental physics, such as laser and semiconductor physics, enable him to cover various technical fields of physics, mechanical and electrical engineering. Georg Anetsberger has extensive experience with cases in the fields of laser technology, optical storage media, RAM, medical technology, electronics, plastics technology, sports equipment, LTE and other mobile communications standards, etc. Due to his double-qualification as a patent attorney with a university degree in business administration he can particularly factor in strategic business aspects and economic needs when advising clients. 

Georg Anetsberger is the author of several scientific publications in the fields of physics and patent law.

German and European Patent Attorney, Partner
Location: Munich
Languages: German, English, French, Spanish
2017 - today

Partner of the firm

2015 - today

Patent Attorney and European Patent Attorney at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Munich, Germany

2014 - today

Patent Attorney at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Munich, Germany


Terms at the District Court of Mannheim, Germany, the German Patent and Trademark Office and the German Federal Patent Court

2011 - 2013

Trainee patent attorney at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Munich, Germany

2011 - 2013

Studies of law for patent attorneys Fernuniversität Hagen, Germany


Thesis in the field of economics (Dipl.-Kfm. (M.A.)) at Fernuniversität Hagen, Germany

2008 - 2011

Scientific member at Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany, and École-Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

2008 - 2010

PhD thesis (“summa cum laude“) in the field of nanomechanical systems at Max-Planck-Institute of Quantum Optics and Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Germany, in the division of Nobel laureate Professor Hänsch


Dipl.-Phys. (M.Sc.) with distinction

2005 - 2007

Various internships, e.g., Infineon Technologies, Munich, Germany, Applied Physics Department, University of Sydney


Studies of physics and mathematics at University of Sydney with a one-year scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service

2001 - 2007

Studies of physics and business administration at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and Technical University of Munich, Germany, with scholarships of the German National Academic Foundation ("Studienstiftung") and the Elite Network of Bavaria