Lena Brill 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. vehicle construction, in particular motor vehicle construction and rail vehicle construction, shipbuilding, plant construction, materials handling technology, power machines), electrical engineering (e.g. energy technology, in particular regenerative energy systems, measurement and control technology, in particular building, air conditioning, ventilation and heating technology, communication and telecommunications technology, automation technology, in particular autonomous or automated driving systems) and software;
Novelty and Freedom to Operate (FTO) searches;
Employee invention law.
Lena Brill speaks German, English and French.
Studied physics at the Technical University of Berlin; graduated as M. Sc. in 2016.
Worked in the Berlin patent department of Siemens AG in the field of defensive publications and team coordination.
Distance learning programme “Patent Law for Engineers and Natural Scientists – Industrial Property Protection” at the Berlin University of Applied Sciences and further training as a patent professional in 2016 and 2017.
Active at RGTH since 2016.