Maximilian J. Weiss

Maximilian J. Weiss

Maximilian Weiss is a German Patent Attorney, European Patent Attorney and a European Trademark and Design attorney. He has been working in the field of intellectual property since 2016 and has experience in national and international patent prosecution and litigation.

His technical background is in studies of physics at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Universidad de Antioquia (UdeA) in Medellin, Colombia as well as a technical apprenticeship as an industrial mechanic. He has a bachelor's and master's degree in physics with a particular focus on theoretical physics as well as particle and astrophysics. As part of his master's thesis, he investigated the detection of elementary particles using the IceCube Neutrino Observatory in Antarctica (south pole).

Mr. Weiss was able to gain practical experience in industry and science in the commercial vehicle sector during and after his apprenticeship at MAN Truck & Bus AG. During his studies at the TUM, he was further involved in the technical development and implementation of innovative manufacturing processes for turbine components in civil and military aviation at MTU Aero Engines AG.

As a patent attorney, his technical expertise covers the technical fields of mechanical engineering, applied physics, optics, information and communication technology as well as telecommunication.

In addition to his work in patent prosecution for individual inventors, small, medium-sized companies before the German and European Patent Offices, Maximilian Weiss assists in the representation of clients in opposition and nullity proceedings before the German and European Patent Offices as well as before the Federal Patent Court and the European Boards of Appeal. He is regularly involved in infringement proceedings for multinational corporations.