Extract from the Juve Handbook 2008/2009, „Wirtschaftskanzleien“, page 511:
Maikowski & Ninnemann
Recommended pure patent attorney firm which is considered to be one of the market leaders among the Berlin patent attorney firms. Stronger than most of the other Berlin firms M&N accompanies clients throughout Germany. Also, its share of international clients meanwhile amounts to 30 % , because it recently profited especially from the takeover of German clients by international companies to enter the counsel lists of the buyers – for example at Takata-Petri and a US medical systems company. The patent attorneys are known throughout Germany especially for their process activity, not only because they in almost half of their time attend to disputes.
Technical expertise in telecommunications, semiconductors and mechanical engineering. Disputes.
The tentatively regional presence of its application activities is not consistent with the actual facts, because the share of international clients in particular in the application regime is considerable. This could come to be known in the market if M&N succeeds in accompanying its top class clientele more often in disputes. A start has been made with the representation of a Taiwan mobile phone manufacturer against ip.com.
Often recommended attorneys:
Dr. Gunnar Baumgärtel (“good and broad counselling”, client) – all patent attorneys
Wide reaching IP activities with strong focus on patent prosecution and technical expertise with respect to mechanical engineering, telecommunications, electrical engineering, semiconductors, optics, automotive and medical technology. A little bit less in biotech and chemistry. Active process activity on the patent attorney side, in particular in patent infringement suits. Mostly clientele active throughout Germany, increasingly international clients. (10 patent attorneys)
Disputes for Van der Velden Barkemeyer; Taiwan mobile phone manufacturer against ip.com. Many applications for Takata-Petri, Arnold & Richter, DTS, Infineon, Qimonda, Teles, Brose and Heidenhain.