Christian Tschirwitz

Tschirwitz Christian

  • Dipl.-Phys. (graduate physicist)
  • Patent Attorney
  • European Patent, Trademark und Design Attorney
  • Partner


Professional Background

Born in 1971, he studied physics at the University of Bayreuth (Germany) with solid-state physics (in particular: semiconductors and amorphous solids) and spectroscopic methods as major fields of study. After graduation he worked as a patent professional, followed by scientific activities at the University of Bayreuth and the Institut Chimie Physique des Materiaux Amorphes (Université de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France) in the field of amorphous solids. He has been working as a self-employed patent attorney since 2007.

Main Fields of Activity

Prosecution, litigation and consultancy in the fields of national, European and international patents, utility-models, design-patents and trademarks, employee inventions and licence contracts.

Technical Specialities

Medical engineering (imaging, radiation therapy, diagnostic apparatus), measurement technology, software, polymer technology, automotive engineering, electrical drives and controls, pumps, optics, electronics, electro-mechanics (in particular plug-and-socket connectors and circuit breakers).

Professional language proficiency

German, English, French


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Patents and utility models protect your inventions, i.e. your solutions for technical problems.

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Trademarks protect the labels, i.e. the names, logos and slogans, under which you advertise and sell your goods and services.

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Designs protect the appearance of your products.

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