- Intellectual Property
- Patent Litigation
- Counseling & Prosecution
- Trademark Litigation
- Life Sciences
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Oil & Gas
- Renewable Energy
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|Education||Kerschensteinerschule, Wiesbaden (Professional training diploma in chemistry, 1993); University of Mainz (1994-1997); University of Mainz (First State Law Examination, 1997); Frankfurt (Second State Law Examination, bar exam, 1999); University of Frankfurt am Main (Doctor's degree, Ph.D. in Law, 2001)|
|Admitted||2002, Frankfurt am Main, Germany|
Deutsche Vereinigung fur gewerblichen Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht (GRUR)
Dr. Ulrich Worm is a partner in the Frankfurt office of Mayer Brown and heads the German Intellectual Property practice. Ulrich represents clients in patent infringement and nullity proceedings before courts in Germany. In addition to litigating patent cases before German courts, he coordinates pan-European and cross-Atlantic patent litigation cases. Further to his patent litigation practice, Ulrich advises on patent related matters such as patent license and other technology transfer agreements and is extensively experienced in fighting counterfeiting of patent protected products.
Ulrich represents clients of various industries with a special focus on medical devices, the pharmaceutical and chemicals sector as well as the automotive industry.
Ulrich is an assistant professor at the University of Applied Sciences, Mainz.
Prior to joining Mayer Brown in 2008, Ulrich worked for another large law firm in Dusseldorf and earned a professional training diploma in chemistry in 1993.
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
New Rules for Licence and other Technology Transfer Agreements in the EU
Kiran S. Desai,Nathalie Jalabert Doury,Robert Klotz,Jens Peter Schmidt,Ulrich Worm, April 2, 2014
The European Commission has just published the definitive text of the new rules on the interface between technology transfer agreements and antitrust law. This article looks at the main changes made by the new law which are likely to have a particular impact on the life sciences industry.
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