Maria Kreller-Schober’s main areas of practice involve patent prosecution and litigation in the field of chemistry, particularly technical chemistry, chemical engineering, inorganic and organic chemistry.

Maria Kreller-Schober has prosecuted many German and European patent applications and worked on complex patent prosecution cases, such as opposition proceedings and opposition appeal proceedings. Maria Kreller-Schober is part of a BARDEHLE PAGENBERG team of patent attorneys and attorneys-at-law representing a client in the field of construction materials in several litigation proceedings before various German Regional Courts.

German and European Patent Attorney, Counsel
Location: Munich
Languages: German, English
Born 1963
2014
2014 - today

Counsel of the firm

1997
1997

Licensed to practice as a European Patent Attorney

1995
1995 - today

Associate of the firm

1995

Licensed to practice as a German Patent Attorney

1991
1991 - 1994

Trainee with the firm BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Munich, Germany

1988
1988 - 1991

Assistant at the Institute for Technical Chemistry of the Technical University of Munich, Germany; Ph.D. (Dr. rer. nat.)

1982
1982 - 1987

Degree in Chemistry (Dipl.-Chem.) at the Technical University of Munich, Germany