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Germany: Intellectual property
Hoffmann Eitle is renowned for its strong prosecution practice but also receives praise for its contentious work, particularly in the areas of chemicals and biotechnology. Both are areas of focus for Niels Hölder, who also covers mechanical and electrical engineering and IT. Japanese-speaking attorney Dirk Schüßler-Langeheine has brought the practice a number of Japanese clients and the team acted for Seiko Epson in several proceedings relating to the protection of print cartridge patents.
Hoffmann Eitle’s practice numbers over 80 patent attorneys and has substantial expertise in a number of areas, particularly chemicals and biotechnology, as well as mechanical and electrical engineering, and IT. The team is well connected to Asian markets and regularly acts for Seiko Epson and Hyundai. Leo Polz is recommended for biotechnology work, as is Matthias Kindler for chemicals and Georg Siegert for electrical engineering.