Daniel Herrmann focuses on the development and management of patent portfolios in almost all technological areas with an emphasis on optics, electronics, computer-implemented inventions, semiconductors, and medical devices. He regularly and intensely represents clients in examination and opposition procedures before the European Patent Office (EPO) and the German Patent and Trade Mark Office (GPTO), and conducts patent infringement and nullity proceedings before the German courts. In addition, he performs searches and freedom-to-operate analyses.
European Patent and Trade Mark Attorney
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Daniel Herrmann studied physics at the University of Mainz, the University of Würzburg, and the University of Texas at Austin (USA), and obtained a PhD in physics in 2011 at the Ludwig-Maximilian-University of Munich. During his dissertation, he worked on the generation of ultrafast laser pulses and used them to resolve photo-induced charge processes in novel organic solar cells via ultrafast pump-probe spectroscopy.
In 2012, he began his training as a German and European patent attorney in a Munich-based internationally operating US law firm where he gained experience in patent prosecution, oppositions, and freedom-to-operate analysis for various technologies. He was admitted as a professional representative before the European Patent Office in 2015, and was admitted as a German patent attorney after his training in January 2016. Daniel Herrmann joined BOEHMERT & BOEHMERT in 2015.
Daniel Herrmann has published several scientific papers and conference proceedings. He obtained awards from the German National Academic Foundation, the German Physical Society (DPG), and the Optical Society of America (OSA).
Daniel Herrmann is a member of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (epi), the German Association for the Protection of Industrial Property (GRUR), the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI), the Association of Intellectual Property Experts (VPP), the European Practitioners in Intellectual Property (Union IP), and the German Physical Society (DPG).
Daniel Herrmann is author of the handbook „Zielorientierte Methodiken zum Bestehen der Europäischen Eignungsprüfung (EEP)“ (C.H. Beck Verlag, 2017).