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Martin Fähndrich specializes in patent litigation before the German infringement courts (e.g. Dusseldorf, Mannheim, Munich) as well as opposition proceedings before the EPO and nullity actions before the German Patent Court. Martin has been involved in a large number of multi-jurisdictional matters and is particularly familiar with setting up cross border litigation strategies. He has a significant track record in fighting patent trolls, defending his clients’ interests against campaigns of competitors, and successfully asserting key patents of his own clients. He also has extensive experience in negotiating and drafting licensing agreements and settlements.
Martin obtained university degrees in both engineering and law. Due to his engineering background Martin focuses on cases involving difficult technical subject matter. He is particularly experienced in litigating patent cases in the fields of automotive, medical devices, telecoms, cryptography, electrical engineering and software.
Hogan Lovells Publications
7 November 2014
"Standard essential patents – navigating antitrust and patent law issues in licensing negotiations."
01 July 2010
"Intellectual Property Newsletter - July 2010." IP Alert, Hogan Lovells
07 November 2014
Standard essential patents – navigating antitrust and patent law issues in licensing negotiations