Jürgen Feldmeier is a German and European patent attorney with comprehensive experience in prosecution procedures for patents, trademarks and designs before the German Patent and Trademark Office, the European Patent Office and the EU Intellectual Property Office. He has frequently served as lead patent counsel in various litigation proceedings, including infringement, nullity and opposition proceedings, before the patent offices and the courts of Munich, Dusseldorf and Mannheim, as well as the higher regional courts.
Due to his technical background in mechanical engineering, he possesses extensive knowledge and experience in the fields of automotive industry, machine tools and components, precision engineering, mechanical components, medical technology, sports equipment, mechatronic components, control and regulation technology, and process engineering, especially in the food industry.
Mr Feldmeier holds a diploma in mechanical engineering with a focus on design and development from the Technical University of Munich. He also has an LLM in European intellectual property.
Mr Feldmeier has been a patent attorney for 25 years and for more than 15 years he has been a managing partner at Prüfer & Partner, an IP boutique which has grown to a renowned IP law firm, comprising five equity partners, more than 20 patent attorneys and attorneys at law, and almost 100 staff members. With Friedrich Emmerling joining in 2015 as the fifth managing partner, Prüfer & Partner has greatly strengthened its competence in the litigation practice as Mr Emmerling is renowned as a pure litigator patent attorney who is active in international patent infringement proceedings, many of which are based on standard-essential patents in the field of mobile communications and video technology.
Sample client list
- Brother Industries, Ltd
- Hyve AG
- Knorr-Bremse AG
- Multipond Wägetechnik GmbH
- Nidek Co, Ltd
- Sanden Holdings Corp
- Trumpf Medizin Systeme GmbH & Co KG
- Trumpf Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH & Co KG
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