Transforming your ideas into IP assets.“Since 2017 ip2 is rated year by year by IAS among the top 300 IP strategy law firms world wide”
We HAVE MORE THAN 5 DECADES OF EXPIERIENCE IN INDUSTRY
WE SPEAK YOUR LANGUAGE
After 20 years of experience in top positions in different IP departments in chemical industry, Bernd Fabry founded IP2 in 2006 with the vision to offer assistance, particularly to small and medium-sized enterprises, in the definition, development and implementation of an IP strategy and the handling of industrial IP rights.
IP offers all legal services, particularly the drafting of patent applications and the prosecution of examination and opposition proceedings in the areas of general chemistry, pharmaceutics, biotechnology and process technology. Currently IP2 is handling a portfolio of more than 2.500 patents and about 5.000 trademarks world-wide.
In the course of the recent years, IP2 has extended its services by providing opinions on both economic and legal questions. We focus on the provision of opinions with respect to company takeovers and the monetary evaluation of IP rights.
Dr. Bernd Fabry
Working Areas: (Bio)Chemistry, Process Technology, Trademarks, Inventors compensation law
Bernd Fabry is founder and CEO of IP2. He is a qualified German and European Patent and Trademark Attorney. He has more than 25 years company experience as Head of IP departments. For a decade he was lecturer of IP Management at Otto-Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar and has authored numerous papers and books in the field of IP protection
CONTACT: +49.2166.398.4651 / email@example.com
Languages: German, English, French, Dutch, Spanish
Dipl. Biol. Stefanie Daniels
Working Areas: Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pharmacy
Stefanie Daniels is Managing Director at IP2 and also a qualified German and European Patent and Trademark Attorney. She is specialized on molecular biology, biochemistry, organic chemistry, genetics, toxicology and pharmacology.
CONTACT: +49.2166.398.4652 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Languages: German, English
“Either we will find a way or we create one!”
Hannibal before crossing the alps
Our philosophy is based on the comprehensive, competent and punctual provision of advice to our clients for an attractive price, which shows that IP management and cost awareness are indeed compatible. Certainly, we also wish to make money, but we do avoid any expenditure that might benefit us but not our client, and pass on this cost advantage to you. One example is our decentralized organization, which relies on an extensive network of cooperation partners in more than 25 countries world-wide.
But eventually pay enormous amounts of money for IP rights that are of no benefit for them. According to our experience, companies, which do not regularly review their patent and trademark portfolio, impro-perly invest between 20 and 30 % of all their cost with respect to the maintenance of these IP rights. This cost can be saved. In addition: companies that have never carried out such a review before could easily save 50 % and more.
SPEAKING YOUR LANGUAGE
Every attorney promises his clients to provide them with the best possible consulting services. However, experience has shown that most of all the good intentions don’t become reality because of the fact that two worlds collide that don’t understand each other. In the following, you will find some absolutely provoking statements of how we imagine proactive and modern IP support.
- Patents are no scientific publications but means for companies to protect R&D investments and to enforce and expand their market position.
- Patent protection should stand at the beginning of a project and not at its end.
- “Time-to-planet” means to file an application as soon as you can define the technical problem and have a concept for its solution.
- A patent requires novelty – a patent application only requires a clever attorney. A search report without any X-documents proves that the application claims were drafted too narrowly.
- Anyone who is willing to spend a six digit amount on R&D projects but who finds a four digit amount spent for the saving of this investment is too much behaves careless at best. But in the worst case he harms his company.
Our breaking offer
We file your trademark (DE, EU) at a fix rate of EUR 199,- within 24 hours (taxes and office fees not included)
Where we are located. In the heart of the lower rhine area
Our office is located in the old oil mill belonging to the Castle of Rheydt, the oldest renaissance castle in North Rhine Westphalia embedded in a birds protection reservation, one of the very few breeding areas of the famous ice bird in Germany. Originally a castle dating from 1060, the palace has evolved over the years to become the palace it is today. The castle’s first documented mention dates to 1180, made by the Cologne Archbishop Philip I when he mentioned revenues that were to be collected from the then castle owner, the Lord of Rheydt, in his corres-pondence. The first Lord of the castle mentioned by name is William of Heppendorf. In the 16th century Otto von Bylandt gave the palace its existing exterior renaissance façade and made this place to the center of the upcoming textile industry.
Throughout the 19th century the palace changed hands many times
Throughout the 19th century the palace changed hands many times, however the owners were unable to maintain the palace due to the upkeep costs. Gradually the palace fell into disrepair. The palace was purchased by the town of Rheydt from the last private owner in 1917. Since then the palace has undergone some restoration and has been converted into a museum. The castle of Rheydt is famous for its an annual mediaeval festival and the summer open air music festival, which is also sponsored by IP2.
We build the future
As of January 1, 2019, we announce the association with our US colleagues Dilworth & Barrese, LLP.
Employee Inventors Rights
Overview of German employee invention law at the „Lunes de Patentes“ event, in particular with regard to employer obligations, inventors compensation and lump-sum remuneration models.
Trademarks as strategic management tools
Learn more about the economic value of trademarks, the registration requirements, the enforcement of marks and go through a number of case studies on the subject of likelihood of confusion. This presentation was given at the WHU Business School Düsseldorf.
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