Samson & Partner

Germany

Address:
Widenmayerstr. 6
Munich
Germany
80538

+49 (0)89 291982-0

+49 (0)89 299465


Patent attorneys who want to be successful have to have more than just a good grasp of the law. They must be able to understand, evaluate and define what is to be protected down to the smallest detail. An accurate description of the patent attorneys at Samson & Partner. We are physicists, computer scientists, electrical and mechanical engineers, and chemists. All under one roof, our team has certainly found the right formula to be successful in what we do.

The firm's recipe for success has always been anticipating outcomes. Our vast experience in implementing and litigating patents benefits our clients right from the outset, i.e. during the procurement of intellectual property rights until its enforcement.

Work areas and Services

Samson & Partner's head office is situated in Munich, Germany, in direct proximity to the European Patent Office (EPA) and the German Patent and Trademark Office (DPMA). We work in all areas of intellectual property law - national, European and world-wide. Our services starts from assessment of protectablility and drafting of patent and utility model applications to procurement of protection rights through the responsible authorities. We defend our clients' patents against attacks by third parties, e.g. against oppositions, nullity and cancelation actions.

Samson & Partner has been and continues to be involved in mayor global patent battles between big international players in these technological fields, both on the offensive as well as on the defensive side. By our characteristic composition and our firm structure we have proven to be well positioned to put up strong teams of patent attorneys to support our clients in these multi-national battles.

Technical focus

The world of the inventions and patents is as various as the technical areas Samson & Partner covers:

  • Applied physics (such as semiconductors, supraconductors, laser technology, optics, opto-electronics, sensors, biophysics)
  • Information and communication technology (such as software, multimedia, networks, telecommunication, business processes, hardware)
  • Electro-technology (such as electronics, integrated circuits, control engineering, feedback technology, electric drives, electro-communication technology)
  • Mechanics and process engineering (such as vehicles, aeroplanes, machines, medical technology, weapons, building industry, printing)
  • Chemistry and biochemistry




Last updated 12th July 2016