Müller Schupfner & Partner is a full-service intellectual property law firm for clients from Germany and abroad.
Our roots go back to 1931 – with our advice we are always up to date and at best ahead of the times.
Our patent attorneys and attorneys-at-law score with comprehensive technical and legal knowledge. They advise and represent domestic and foreign companies, inventors and self-employed persons in all areas of intellectual property, from filing and defending your IP rights to conducting litigation proceedings in infringement cases. National and cross-border. In many different industries.
Our philosophy? – We advise strategically and with foresight, and only litigate when it cannot be avoided. In doing so, we are committed to resolving disputes quickly and effectively, whether through negotiation, mediation or efficiently conducted court proceedings.
Scientifically active and well connected
Our patent attorneys and attorneys-at-law are active in numerous national and international organisations and professional associations with a focus on trade mark law or patent law.
We hold leadership positions at ECTA (European Communities Trade Mark Association) and senior committee positions at INTA (International Trademark Association). Our attorneys regularly participate as speakers and moderators at congresses, conferences and seminars in trade mark, design and patent law, including the events of GRUR (German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property), AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property) or VPP (Association of Intellectual Property Professionals).
At congresses, we make valuable connections and cultivate long-standing networks, especially abroad. We participate in the discourse on legal and technical developments and also contribute our expertise to the legislative process wherever possible. In this way, our networking also benefits our clients.
Our clients include patent and trade mark owners from a wide range of industries, including:
- Life Sciences
- Packaging and Plastics