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Dr Martina Müller-Dyck

Counsel
German Patent Attorney
European Patent Attorney
Chemist

Martina Müller-Dyck provides advice to inventors and companies on issues relating to patents and utility model applications, opposition proceedings and nullity actions before the German Patent and Trademark Office and before the European Patent Office. She prepares validity analyses and opinions concerning infringements of technical IP rights.

Martina has wide-ranging technical expertise, especially in the areas of physical chemistry, biophysical chemistry, molecular biophysics as well as spectroscopy, and enjoys taking on cases with an interdisciplinary element.

From 2016 to 2018 Martina has been a member of the examination panel for German patent attorneys.

Career

Since 2018

Counsel at Maiwald

Since 2009

Patent attorney at Maiwald

2006-2009

Patent attorney trainee at Maiwald

Education

2013

Admitted to practice as European patent attorney

2009

Admitted to practice as German patent attorney

2006-2009

Studied law for patent attorneys at the University of Hagen

2002-2006

Doctoral degree in the field of biophysics from Leipzig University

1996-2001

Studied chemistry at Heidelberg University

Services
  • Patent prosecution
  • Filing strategies and drafting patent applications
  • Freedom-to-operate and validity analysis
  • Opposition and nullity proceedings
Recognitions
  • Member of the German Examination Commission for Patent Attorneys
Publications

New opportunites to obtain purpose-related patents, Managing Intellectual Property, 01/2015

Memberships
  • German Patent Attorney Association
  • epi
Languages

German, English