Stephan Bamberger

Dipl.-Ing., Patent Attorney

Partner of the firm since 2000. As a German and European patent attorney, he focuses on patents, especially in the field of mechanical engineering. Among his clients are national and international medium-sized companies, corporations as well as individual inventors. Across all industries, Stephan Bamberger advises on issues regarding the German Employee Inventions Act.

As a graduate engineer, Stephan Bamberger is characterised by a very broad and deep understanding of technology as well as a solution-oriented, pragmatic way of working.
His main focus is on assisting his clients, commencing with the elaboration of possible fields of inventions and opportunities for intellectual property rights, as well as the subsequent drafting, prosecution and enforcement of German, European and international intellectual property rights.

Stephan’s clients include national and international medium-sized companies, corporations as well as individual inventors in the fields of mechanical engineering, particularly in the food and luxury goods processing industries, in packaging technology, orthopaedic technology and photographic/film technology.

In his work, he benefits from his diverse experience of more than 25 years of practice as well as countless proceedings before the patent offices and the various district courts and higher regional courts. His clients appreciate his clear and direct communication.

Main focus in the sectors:

General mechanical engineering

Materials engineering

Machine tool construction

Conveyor technology


Special machinery engineering, especially in the food and luxury goods sector

Medical / orthopaedic technology

Packaging technology

Leisure and sporting goods

Wind/Solar energy technology


Stephan Bamberger corresponds with you in German as his native language and in English.


He studied mechanical engineering at the University of Hanover, followed by several years of engineering work at Siemens AG in the field of mobile communications. Subsequently, patent attorney and legal training at Meissner, Bolte und Partner in Bremen. During his studies, he worked in a patent litigation chamber (Hamburg District Court), at the German Patent and Trade Mark Office (DPMA) and at the Federal Patent Court in Munich. He has been a German Patent Attorney since 1998 and a Professional Representative before the EPO since 1999. From 2000, partner in the firm STORK BAMBERGER.


Stephan Bamberger is married and has two daughters. He enjoys spending time with his family, travelling and playing sports in his spare time. Stephan’s particular passion is tennis.

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