Patent Attorney | Europen Patent Attorney | European Trademark Attorney
Application, defence and registration of patents, trademarks and industrial designs in Germany and abroad; administration of industrial property rights portfolios; patent and trademark infringement proceedings; invalidity proceedings.
|1994 - 2000||Mechanical engineering studies (Technical University of Braunschweig), engineering degree "Diplom-Ingenieur"|
|2000 - 2002||Project manager with the MVV Energie Group, Mannheim|
|2003 - 2009||Patent counsel with the Freudenberg Group in Weinheim|
|2007||Admittance to practice as an European Patent Attorney|
|2010||Patent engineer with the patent law firm Reiser|
|2011||Patent attorney and freelancer for the patent law firm Reiser|
|seit 2012||Partner at Reiser & Partner Patent Attorneys|
About Marc Göhmann
In 2003, Marc Göhmann started to work as a patent engineer in the central patent and trademark department of the Freudenberg Group, an internationally operating conglomerate. He was responsible for the Freudenberg subgroups in terms of industrial property protection, especially in the field of patent and utility model law. Marc Göhmann also represented them in proceedings before the various patent offices and the Federal Patent Court of Germany. Since the Freudenberg Group is active in a variety of business fields, Marc Göhmann gained professional experience in a multitude of technological fields, as for example sealing technology, vibration technology, household goods, fuel cell components and coding methods. While working for the Freudenberg Group, Marc Göhmann was also admitted as a professional representative before the European Patent Office.
Between 2010 and 2011, Marc Göhmann worked for patent attorney Tonio Reiser. He is also founding partner of the joint law firm Reiser & Partner Patent Attorneys, which was established in 2012. Marc Göhmann is licensed to practice law before the German Patent and Trademark Office, the Federal Patent Court of Germany, the European Patent Office, the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (Community trademarks and Community designs) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (PCT applications, international trademark registration).