About us

The team of Patent Attorneys at Wachenhausen & Kollegen has particular expertise in patent litigation. This expertise is reflected in the firm’s patent prosecution practice since the attorneys of Wachenhausen & Kollegen will take responsibility for the whole life cycle of their processed patents. In other words, the attorneys will apply their in-depth litigation knowledge during drafting, prosecuting and maintaining of your patents with the result that your patents are ready for potential litigation.

All patent attorneys are admitted to the German patent attorneys’ bar and represent clients at the German Patent and Trademark Office, the Federal Patent Court as well as the Federal Supreme Court in nullity appeal cases. Likewise, all attorneys of Wachenhausen & Kollegen are qualified as European Patent Attorneys and represent clients before the European Patent Office. In addition, the firm has far-reaching expertise in cooperating with attorneys at law in infringement actions as well as entitlement cases.

The firm Wachenhausen & Kollegen maintains well-established and continuous cooperations with selected top notch national and international law firms in all fields of intellectual property. If legal advice outside intellectual property law is required, the firm relies on a network of known expert colleagues.

The patent attorneys of Wachenhausen & Kollegen have been involved in national and international patent disputes including nullity actions, infringement actions and entitlement actions in Germany, USA and further European countries right upon opening their doors.

All patent attorneys and members of the firm are well experienced in handling patent portfolios for Europe and Germany as well as in coordinating international patent prosecution. The lean organization of the firm according to latest standards allows for cost-efficient prosecution of patent portfolios at highest quality.

All technical fields in the area of engineering are covered by the firm’s patent attorneys, in particular, mechanical, process and electrical engineering, telecom, medical technology, computer science, software, energy technology, turbomachinery, automotive, tooling machines, printing technology, and chemical engineering.