Dr. Karl-Ulrich Braun-Dullaeus

Dr. Karl-Ulrich Braun-Dullaeus

Graduate Physicist (Diplom-Physiker)
Patent Attorney
European Patent Attorney
European Trademark and Design Attorney


Dr Karl-Ulrich Braun-Dullaeus, who has been a patent attorney since 1998, studied physics at Heidelberg University and obtained a doctorate at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics. He worked as a physicist in applied nuclear physics, semiconductor and solid-state physics, physical oceanography and medical physics until 1994. After his training in intellectual property law, he was admitted to practice both as a German and European patent attorney. Until April 2010, he worked at the law firm of BPSH, previously Braun-Dullaeus Pannen Schrooten Haber, in Düsseldorf.


Focusing on technical IP rights and design, this experienced patent attorney works for clients both domestically and abroad in all IP-related areas, in particular in patent-, utilitymodel- and trademark law as well as design law and employee invention law. He represents small and medium-sized businesses as well as corporate groups. He has clients from the IT- and telecommunication industry, mechanical engineering, automotive engineering as well as medical- und electrical engineering. Moreover, he advises start-up-companies und individual inventors.

Apart from drafting, filing and supervising IP applications, a focal point of his work lies in representing his clients in litigation proceedings.

Dr Karl-Ulrich Braun-Dullaeus is admitted to practice before the German Patent Office (DPMA), the Federal Patent Court (BPatG), the European Patent Office (EPO), the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

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Platz der Ideen 2

D-40476 Düsseldorf

Fon +49(0) 211 -302766-0
Fax +49(0) 211 -302766-10
braun-dullaeus(at)bdp-ip.de

Languages:
Englisch, German

Focal points:
Technical IP Rights and Design
Patent Law
Utility Model Law
Trademark Law
Design Law
Employee Invention Law

Training:
Heidelberg University
Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics
Trained as a German and European Patent Attorney