is attorney since 2004 and partner of the firm since 2015. He advises clients in patent infringement litigation, technology-related arbitrations, and licensing matters. He specializes in national and cross-border patent litigation. Kai has comprehensive litigation experience, in particular in the areas of standard-related patents, electronics, medical technology, chemistry and life sciences. He also has broad experience advising international clients on strategies relating to enforcement of IP rights at trade fairs.
Kai passed his two German legal state exams in 2002 and 2004 in Augsburg and Munich. Afterwards, he studied at the Boston University and obtained his LL.M. in Intellectual Property in 2005. Kai's Ph.D. work explored the validity of restrictions in software contracts under German and U.S. patent and copyright law.
Kai publishes regularly and lectures on current issues of patent and procedural law. He is inter alia co-author of the widely acclaimed “Cepl/Voß, Prozesskommentar zum Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz” (commentary on German procedural law in IP), published in 2015.
Kai is recommended in Chambers Global 2016 “Germany – Intellectual Property” as “Foreign Expert for USA”.
Prior to joining Vossius & Partner, Kai was a member of the patent litigation team at an international law firm in Düsseldorf.