The building industry is booming – and faces many challenges. Be it the use of new materials, sustainable solutions for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, or networking building technology in ‘smart homes’ – innovative solutions are increasingly in demand and are taking the place of conventional products. This is a dynamic process of predatory competition, in which competitors from all over the world contend for market shares. The use of 3D printing is already emerging as a future revolutionary development in building engineering.
Innovative products and techniques are often copied in such a transformative situation. The patent attorneys and attorneys-at-law at Eisenführ Speiser are there to assist you with their sectoral know-how and to develop customised strategies to protect your innovations and your business model with a tailor-made combination of patent, design and/or trademark protection against any theft of intellectual property.
We also advise you on how to exploit your intellectual property rights, how to license them, or on IP issues in OEM manufacturing. Last but not least, and where the need arises, we can work with you to develop targeted strategies for court proceedings that have an impact on the market.
The attorneys at Eisenführ Speiser combine technical and legal excellence. The following members of the firm will discuss your specific concerns with you and put together the right team to meet your needs.
»Strong, full-service IP firm with extensive coverage of the German market«
»Eisenführ Speiser is a firm that values its clients’ time and money«
»In addition to the well-known names in the market, the younger generation is taking on more and more responsibility in mandates«
»The patent law team at Eisenführ Speiser is highly customer-oriented and focused on the client's business model«
»With both patent attorneys and attorneys at law on deck, professional and reliable boutique Eisenführ Speiser is the full package«
»The mixed IP law firm is one of the very active German prosecution practices, but it is also very active in litigation«