We are delighted to announce that Dr Gerold Fiesser, one of Germany’s leading Patent Attorneys, is joining Mathys & Squire in Munich with his clients and a team from the German IP firm Herzog Fiesser & Partner Patentanwälte, which he co-founded in 2010.
Dr Fiesser will be joined by Dr Giuditta Biagini, Dr Lorraine Aleandri and Dr Kirstin Wenck as well as trainee attorneys and support staff. The new team will also have additional technical support from across Mathys & Squire’s offices.
Dr Fiesser is a German Patent Attorney and a European Patent, Trade Mark & Design Attorney. He works in the areas of life sciences and organic and polymer chemistry including personal care items and compositions, beauty, polymer chemistry and polymer applications and additives as well as oils and fats.
Having qualified as an Italian and European Patent Attorney, Dr Giuditta Biagini specialises in the preparation of patent applications, oppositions and appeals in the chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry and polymers sectors.
Dr Lorraine Aleandri is a German Patent Attorney, a European Patent and a US Patent Agent, specialises in oppositions, appeals, freedom-to-operate opinions, litigation. Lorraine’s work focuses on chemistry, physics and engineering, including medical and drug delivery products.
Dr Kirstin Wenck focuses on patent and trade mark prosecution and opposition proceedings in the organic, polymer and biochemistry fields.
Commenting on joining the new Mathys & Squire office, Dr. Gerold Fiesser said: “My team and I are delighted to become part of such a prestigious top tier firm. One of the key factors for the move was the shared positive ethos between us and the genuine enthusiasm to collaborate in order to service all of our clients at the highest level.”
He continued: “Mathys & Squire’s size, international reach and depth of support in the UK, US and Asia will be of significant benefit to our client base across key global IP jurisdictions. In addition, our extensive experience and close proximity to the European Patent Office, the German Patent & Trade Mark Office and the German Federal Patent Court will allow us to service Mathys & Squire’s UK and international client base.”
Mathys & Squire Senior Partner, Dr. Paul Cozens, said: “We are really thrilled that Gerold and his team are joining the firm in Munich. For us it was important to find not only a proven team dedicated to carrying out the highest quality work, but also people who would fit comfortably into our inclusive and friendly culture, and continue to grow with us and our clients. We have had a significant presence in Europe for some time and the Munich office will work seamlessly with our teams across the UK and in Paris and Luxembourg. After Brexit, a recognised expertise within the EU is crucial to serve our clients worldwide.”