Anna von Berg
Anna von Berg is involved as a patent professional in proceedings before the German Patent and Trade Mark Office, the German Federal Patent Court, the European Patent Office, the European Union Intellectual Property Office, as well as the World Intellectual Property Organization.
Patent law, in particular application, opposition and appeal proceedings before the German Patent and Trade Mark Office, the Federal Patent Court and the European Patent Office as well as nullity actions before the Federal Patent Court and the Federal Court of Justice as well as infringement proceedings, inter alia, in the fields of mechanical engineering (e.g. automotive engineering, plant engineering, shipbuilding), electrical engineering (e.g. communications engineering and telecommunications, inter alia, in the field of autonomous driving, sensors), manufacturing technology and processes (e.g. additive manufacturing, laser material processing), optical systems (e.g. camera technology, lens systems, LiDAR), software (e.g. artificial intelligence, computer-aided methods, neural networks);
Employee invention law and employee invention compensation advice;
Trade mark law, with a focus on trade mark application proceedings, trade mark strategy, trade mark oppositions
Anna von Berg speaks German, English and French.
Studied physics at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich (LMU); graduated as B.Sc. (2010) and M.Sc. (2014) in physics.
Worked at the Institute of Engineering and Applied Research in Materials Science at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, USA (2013) in cooperation with ESPCI in Paris.
Worked in a company in the field of laser material processing with laser scanners near Munich.
Started working in intellectual property law at RGTH in early 2018.
Studied “Law for Patent Attorneys” at the FernUniversität Hagen from 2018 to 2020.