Dr. Alexander Klicznik, Dipl.-Phys.

Dr. Alexander Klicznik, Dipl.-Phys.

Partner, Dusseldorf

Email alexander.klicznik@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +49 211 13 68 351

Fax +49 211 13 68 100

LanguagesEnglish, German

Practice groupIntellectual Property

“Dr. Alexander Klicznik also boasts technical know-how.“

JUVE handbook, 2017/2018

Alexander Klicznik is a patent litigator with a focus on infringement actions, oppositions and nullity actions. Being qualified both as lawyer and European Patent Attorney, Alexander focuses on matters of high technical complexity in the areas of telecommunications, mobile communications (also relating to LTE, UMTS, GSM/GPRS), data compression, pharmaceuticals, chemistry, biotech, solid state physics, computer hard and software, optical devices, and general mechanics.

Having focused on patents since 1999 Alexander had exposure to numerous cases and regularly represents clients before patent infringement venues in Dusseldorf, Munich and Mannheim, before the Federal Patent Court, the European Patent Office and the Federal Supreme Court. Alexander is one of the few double-qualified attorneys/patent attorneys in Germany who is recommended for both infringement actions and nullity actions (IAM Patent 1000 2018/2019).

IAM Patent 1000 acknowledges him as "extremely capable and intelligent". He "always masters the technology at issue thoroughly. He’s very client-friendly and accommodating, too, responding promptly to all communications, listening closely to what he’s told and working exceedingly well with in-house legal and technical teams. On top of that, his written submissions and oral presentations are remarkably clear and persuasive. The work ethic and skill he shows are exactly what one wants when a lot is riding on the outcome of a case.” (IAM Patent 1000, 2018/2019).

In addition to litigation, Alexander handles FTO reports and analyzes patent portfolios also encompassing several jurisdictions.

Furthermore, Alexander is a lecturer at the LL.M. program of the University of Dusseldorf (nullity and opposition, also proceedings at the future Unified Patent Court). Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Alexander worked for the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property in Munich. For his Ph.D. thesis, Alexander was awarded the prize of the faculty of law of Ludwig Maximilians University Munich. Before his admission to the bar in 2004, Alexander trained with the Federal Patent Court and the patent infringement chamber of the Munich District court. 

During his physics studies, Alexander dealt with magnetic scanning microscopy on thin films, NMR spectroscopy and the programming of software for analyzing a large amount of data in the context of an experiment aimed at determining the magnetic form factor of the neutron.

Awards and recognitions

2017/2018

Recommended lawyer for patents
JUVE handbook

2018

Recommended lawyer for patent law: dispute resolution
Legal 500 Germany

2018/2019

Recommended lawyer for patent infringement proceedings, prosecution and nullity proceedings
IAM Patent 1000

Education and admissions

Education

Second State Exam in Law, LMU Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), 2003

First State Exam in Law, LMU Munich (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), 2001

Diploma in Physics, University of Basel, 1995

Memberships

GRUR

AIPPI

VPP

EPI

VDI

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