The IAM Strategy 300 focuses exclusively on patent practitioners and has firmly established itself as the definitive 'go-to' resource for those seeking world-class legal patent expertise.
David Sinz is best known for his well-rounded, pragmatic and business-oriented advice on important licensing deals and patent portfolios. He always delivers on quality and achieves superb results for his clientele.
David Sinz is a partner at DREISS Patentanwälte – an IP-specialised boutique law firm based in the highly innovative region of Stuttgart. He is a European and German patent and trademark attorney, and has a master’s in process engineering and a PhD in experimental physics from Eindhoven University of Technology.
DREISS provides the full spectrum of IP services in Germany and Europe, with an emphasis on drafting and prosecution but also a strong and growing practice in contentious IP matters. The Team maintains and continuously develops a worldwide network of trusted law firms in order to provide a truly global service on all IP-related matters. In recent years, Dr Sinz’s work has focused on opposition and appeal proceedings before the EPO.
DREISS’s clients range from large multinationals – mainly from Germany, the United States, Korea and China – to small and medium-sized enterprises. The firm also advises a number of highly specialised enterprises that are world leaders in their respective technical fields.
All professionals at DREISS are IP and technology experts. The firm’s professional stability allows it to develop and grow with clients, and it takes pride in the resulting longstanding client relationships. Based on these relationships, Dr Sinz advises numerous small and medium-sized enterprises on cost-effective strategies for developing their IP portfolios, particularly with regard to entering new foreign markets and technology fields. His clients come from a variety of technological backgrounds, including medical technology and hygienic products, electronic cigarettes, general mechanical and apparatus engineering, and automobile and manufacturing technology.
DREISS advises clients in a variety of technical areas and industries, such as mechanical engineering, control technology, electrical engineering, computer and software sciences, information and telecoms, material sciences, process engineering, medical technology, optics and lasers, nanotechnology, automotive, energy, machine tools, fluid technology, communication, automation and handling, artificial intelligence, semiconductors, construction, aerospace and consumer products.