Prof Dr iur Tilman Müller-Stoy > Bardehle Pagenberg > Munich, Germany > Lawyer Profile

Bardehle Pagenberg
PRINZREGENTENPLATZ 7
81675 MÜNCHEN
Germany

Work Department

Intellectual Property / Patents

Position

Attorney-at-Law (Rechtsanwalt), Certified IP lawyer, Commercial Mediator (MuCDR), Partner

»For me, living means taking action – proactive, creative and, if need be, aggressive – as part of a truly exceptional service for our clients.«

Tilman Müller-Stoy‘s main areas of practice include providing advice and conducting patent litigation (including entitlement proceedings) in all technical fields, as well as handling cases relating to utility models, trade secrets, unfair competition, and patent-related anti-trust law. He has extensive experience in not only defending against, but also creating, evaluating, and enforcing extensive licensing programs, particularly in the area of SEPs, including FRAND issues. His further areas of practice include IP-related contractual matters, particularly technology transfer / licensing, employee invention law and IP-related mediation and arbitration proceedings.

Tilman Müller-Stoy, having handled several hundreds of adversarial patent disputes in courts and patent offices, has experience in numerous sectors, including the sectors of telecommunications, IT (hardware and software), consumer electronics, medical devices, automotive engineering, sports equipment, machinery and engineering, glass coating, brewing and food processing technology, packaging and abrasive engineering, chemistry, biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals, also relating to compulsory license proceedings.

He represents clients in patent infringement suits, and in nullity, opposition and cancellation proceedings before the various infringement courts, the German Federal Patent Court, the German Federal Court of Justice, the European Patent Office and the German Patent and Trademark Office. He has extensive experience in conducting and coordinating cross-border patent litigation (frequently in relation to the USA, Japan and the core European markets — UK, France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands) His clients are major multinational corporations but also include highly innovative SMEs.

He publishes articles on issues relating to intellectual property law, alongside his work as editor of the EPLAW Patent Blog.

Since 2009, Tilman Müller-Stoy has been working as a visiting lecturer in IP Law at the Technical University of Munich and was a docent for trainee lawyers at the Higher Regional Court of Munich for many years. He teaches patent law at the Center for Advanced Study and Research on Intellectual Property (CASRIP) of the University of Washington School of Law and as part of Dresden University of Technology’s LL.M. program “International Studies in Intellectual Property Law”. He regularly gives presentations at German and international IP Conferences.

Tilman Müller-Stoy is also a qualified commercial mediator (MuCDR).

Career

2017 – today

Honorary Professor for Patent Law at the Technical University of Munich

2010 – today

Partner at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG in Munich, Germany

2006

Visiting attorney at the law firm East IP Legal Services in Beijing, China

2004 – 2009

Associate at BARDEHLE PAGENBERG in Munich, Germany

1998 – 2004

Trainee at various international law firms in Germany and at the US law firms Leydig, Voit & Mayer in Chicago, Illinois, and Baker Botts in Austin

Languages

German, English

Memberships

He is the LESI Chair of the External Relations Committee (and has been actively involved with LESI and LES Deutschland in various positions for a number of years).

Education

2009

Certified as a specialist IP lawyer by the Munich Bar Council

2006 – 2007

Commercial mediator (MuCDR)

2005 – 2008

Ph.D. (“Dr. iur.”) in Law with summa cum laude, University of Augsburg, Germany (thesis: “Proving and Inspecting the Object of Infringement according to German Patent Law”)

2004

Licensed to practice as an attorney-at-law

2004

Second State Law Examination (bar admission exam)

2002

First State Law Examination (degree-level qualification)

1997 – 2002

Legal studies at the University of Regensburg, Germany, and the University of Aberdeen

Lawyer Rankings

Deutschland > Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz > Patentrecht: Rechtsanwälte: Streitbeilegung

(Führende Namen)

Tilman Müller-StoyBardehle Pagenberg

Bardehle Pagenberg vereint rechts- und patentanwaltliche Expertise unter einem Dach, was die Kanzlei für parallel geführte Verletzungs- und Rechtsbestandsverfahren besonders geeignet macht. Die Kartellrechtsspezialisten im Team machen die IP-Boutique zudem zu einer guten Wahl für FRAND-Mandate. Besondere Sektorschwerpunkte liegen auf dem Automobilsektor, der Telekommunikations-, Elektronik- und Softwarebranche. Das Mandatsvolumen im Pharmasektor steigt stetig. Mit Büros in München und Düsseldorf, Paris und Barcelona sowie einem Netzwerk etablierter Kanzleien im Ausland für grenzüberschreitende Mandate ist die Kanzlei für nationale und international geführte Mandate gut gerüstet. Der doppelt qualifizierte Johannes Heselberger, Tilman Müller-Stoy und Peter Chrocziel bilden das Führungstrio. Im Juli 2020 schloss sich Alexander Haertel von Kather Augenstein Rechtsanwälte dem Team an. Anna Giedke, zu deren Spezialgebieten Halbleiter- und IT-Patente gehören, wurde im Januar 2021 zur Partnerin ernannt.

Germany > Intellectual property > Patent litigation: solicitors

(Leading Individuals)

Tilman Müller-StoyBardehle Pagenberg

Bardehle Pagenberg combines the expertise of both patent lawyers and attorneys-at-law, which makes the firm particularly suitable for parallel infringement and validity proceedings. The antitrust law specialists in the team also make the IP boutique a good choice for FRAND mandates. Particular sector focuses are on the automotive, telecoms, electronics and software industries, whereas the advice to clients from the pharmaceutical sector is a growth area. With offices in Munich and Düsseldorf, Paris and Barcelona as well as a network of internationally established law firms, the group is well equipped for national and international mandates. The dually qualified Johannes Heselberger and Tilman Müller-Stoy form the leading duo. In July 2020, Alexander Haertel from Kather Augenstein Rechtsanwälte joined the team. Anna Giedke, whose areas of expertise include chip and IT patents, made partner in January 2021.