Dr. Thomas Dreiser practices law in all areas of intellectual property, focusing on patent law and IT law.
He represents national and international clients in patent infringement proceedings and assists in the cooperation with the firm’s patent attorneys in nullity proceedings before the German Federal Patent Court as well as in opposition proceedings before the German Patent and Trade Mark Office and the European Patent Office.
Thomas Dreiser has comprehensive experience with respect to standard-essential patents (SEPs) and FRAND issues.
Furthermore, he regularly provides advice on software license agreements, on IT-outsourcing projects and cloud computing matters, including copyright implications relating thereto.
He particularly specializes in the technical fields of the automotive industry, electronics, mechanics, medical devices, computer technology, and telecommunication.
Die Wesentlichkeit von Informationen gemäß § 5a UWG, Dissertation 2013
[The essentiality of information according to paragraph 5a of the Unfair Competition Act, Ph.D. thesis 2013]
Thomas Dreiser is a Certified IT lawyer and a Commercial Mediator (MuCDR).
Thomas Dreiser is a member of GRUR [German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property].
Attorney-at-law at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG in Munich, Germany
Licensed to practice as a certified IT lawyer
Master‘s degree studies of IT-law at the Heinrich-Heine University in Duesseldorf, Germany
Ph.D. at the Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena, Germany
Attorney-at-law at Schramm Schneider Bertagnoll in Munich, Germany, focusing on patent law
Licensed to practice as an attorney-at-law
Second State Law Examination (bar admission exam)
Legal traineeship at the Regional Court of Landshut, Germany
First State Law Examination (degree-level qualification)
Studies of law at the Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich, Germany
Studies of mechanical engineering at the Technical University of Munich, Germany
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