joined the firm of VOSSIUS & PARTNER in 2007. After his training in the IP domain including stages at the German Patent and Trademark Office, the Federal Patent Court and the Higher District Court in Munich he was admitted to practice as German Patent Attorney (Patentanwalt) and European Patent Attorney in 2011. In 2013, he became a partner in the firm.
Dr. Eisenmann represents his clients before the German Patent and Trademark Office (GPTO) as well as the European Patent Office (EPO) with a particular emphasis on the technical fields of physics and material science, medical technology, optics and biotechnology. Dr. Eisenmann is regulary involved in interdisciplinary teams and, in particular, often cooperates with partners from the Biology & Biotechnology Department both for prosecution and opposition cases relating to inventions at the interface between physics/engineering/IT and biology/biochemistry.
Dr. Eisenmann has been involved in many opposition and appeal proceedings before the EPO and the GPTO as well as in nullity actions before the Federal Patent Court and patent infringement cases. He also has valuable experience with know-how cases and inspection proceedings.
Dr. Eisenmann studied physics at the University of Konstanz and the Tel Aviv University, Israel. Completing his studies with an experimental work in the field of multiple light scattering he obtained his diploma in 2002. Focusing on experimental soft condensed matter he finished his dissertation on the melting transition of colloidal crystals at the University of Konstanz in 2004. Continuing his research he studied the colloidal glass transition as a postdoctoral research fellow at Harvard University, Cambridge, USA.
Professional associations: Patentanwaltskammer, FICPI, epi, LES
Languages: German, English