Philipp Reichl (Senior Associate) - Munich (Germany)

Philipp Reichl

Senior Associate

Job Title

  • German Patentanwalt and European Patent Attorney
  • European Trade Mark and Design Attorney


  • Dipl.-Phys. (University of Bayreuth)


  • Electronics and Communications
    • Electronics
    • Communications
    • Computing
    • Electrical
  • Energy, Environmental and Engineering
    • Aerospace, defence & marine
    • Automotive
    • Medical
    • Industrial products & processes
    • Consumer products & processes

Language skills

  • German
  • English

Philipp joined the Munich office of Haseltine Lake in 2013 after having worked in the field of patent law in a German IP law firm since 2008. During that time, Philipp was trained at the German Patent and Trademark Office and the Federal Patents Court. He qualified as a European Patent Attorney in 2011 and as a German Patentanwalt in 2013.

Philipp studied physics at the University of Bayreuth where he specialised in biophysics and optical measuring methods with a focus on single molecule spectroscopy. Afterwards, he worked at the Institutes of Environmental Physics and Remote Sensing at the University of Bremen, specialising in atmospheric spectroscopy.

Philipp is fluent in German and English and enjoys working with both German and International clients. He has experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a wide range of fields including telecommunications, electronics, medical technology and mechanical engineering, as well as patent searches and opposition proceedings before the European Patent Office and the German Patent Office.

Contact Philipp Reichl (Senior Associate)
Address Bürkleinstrasse 10,
80538 Munich,
T: +49 (0) 89 62 27 17 60
F: +49 (0) 89 48 56 86

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