A 130-year history of bringing innovations on a safe path
The firm of STORK BAMBERGER can look back on a 130-year history – not least because our central focus has always been on the successful protection of your innovations through patents, trademarks or designs.
As experienced patent attorneys, we put our expertise at the service of a comprehensive drafting and filing of relevant applications and advise you on the consistent enforcement of the arising rights – in Germany, in Europe and throughout the world.
Most important goal for our corporation: Co-operation
Whether you are an individual inventor, a medium-sized company or a multinational corporation – we are aware of the different perspectives, and offer each client exactly the kind of support they need. We understand the importance of your innovation and recognise the legal necessities that arise from it. By implementing them conscientiously, we protect your interests exactly where it matters to you – and thus create the basis for lasting success and long-term co-operation.
Many companies have been relying on us, both nationally and internationally for decades. We represent your German IP rights before the German Patent and Trademark Office, European Patent Applications before the European Patent Office (EPO) and your EU Trade Marks and Community Designs before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). Furthermore, it is our policy to maintain contacts with personally selected patent and law firms worldwide, with whom we co-operate closely when necessary. This enables us to enforce your rights and claims to the farthest corners of the earth.
Additional important components for comprehensive protection of your intellectual property rights are the filing and representation of International Patent Applications under the Patent Cooperation Treaty (“PCT”) through the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), International Trademark Applications (Internationally Registered Trademarks “IR Trademarks”) and International Design Applications under the “Hague Agreement”.