Dr. Gabor Mester
German Patent Attorney
European Patent Attorney
- Professional Representative before the European Patent Office
- German Patent & Trademark Office
- German Federal Patent Court
- German Supreme Court for patent nullity proceedings
Speak to me.
German, English, French, Hungarian and basic knowledge of Italian and Spanish
Gabor began his patent career in 2011 with Grund IP Group as a patent attorney candidate. Gabor has been practicing as a European Patent Attorney since 2014 and as a German Patent Attorney since 2015. He is developing into a formidable force in both ex parte and inter partes proceedings before the European Patent Office, in particular, in the technical areas of biochemistry, organic chemistry, immunology, cellular biology, virology, microbiology, molecular biology, biochemical methods and diagnostics, pharmaceutical sciences and related medical devices in the mechanical arts.
Prior to embarking on a legal career, Gabor was an accomplished scientist who was awarded an internship at the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry (Martinsried, Germany), and a scholarship from the Bavarian Government for Gifted Students in recognition of his outstanding academic achievements during the course of his graduate studies.
My Comfort Zone.
European, German and International patent, trademark, and design prosecution, including German utility models; opposition proceedings and appeal hearings before the European Patent Office; drafting of patent non-infringement and validity opinions; due diligence analysis for both domestic and international transactions; freedom to operate opinions; counseling clients with respect to patent portfolio strategy and management and issues relating to German employee invention rights.
- Ph.D., magna cum laude, Department of Immunology, University of Tübingen (2010)
- Dipl.-Biochem, Eberhard-Karls-University, Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy (Tübingen, Germany) (2007), including research at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (Munich, Germany)
- “Grosses Latinum” and “Graecum” (Classical Latin and Greek) certificates, summa cum laude (2003, 2004)