Torge Thielemann has been admitted as a German
patent attorney since 2007 and as a European patent attorney since 2008.
Since then, he has been representing his national and international
clients before all German and European patent and trademark offices as
well as civil courts. He advises his clients in all fields of
intellectual property protection, including the obtaining, defending and
enforcing of property rights. He is particularly experienced in
conducting oral hearings and preparing legal opinions, in particular
infringement, freedom to operate or invalidation opinions. Torge Thielemann studied industrial engineering at the Technical
University Braunschweig and completed this course of study as a graduate
engineer in 2003. Parallel to this, he successfully studied business
administration and management information systems at the University of
Nebraska at Omaha and completed his Master degree in 2002.
After working at an institute for applied research in the field of
computer graphics technology, systems and applications in Omaha,
Nebraska, USA, he began his career in intellectual property protection
at a patent law firm in Munich at the end of 2003. Parallel to this,
Torge Thielemann studied law for patent attorneys at the University
Hagen from 2004 to 2006.