Dr. Romina Kühnle
Dr. Romina Kühnle is an expert in the fields of chemistry, pharmaceuticals and life sciences with special experience in the field of polymer chemistry and pharmaceutical chemistry. As a patent attorney at COHAUSZ & FLORACK, she advises German and international companies in all matters relating to intellectual property rights. These include, in particular, patent infringement, validity and freedom-to-operate opinions as well as patent applications. She represents clients in examination, opposition, appeal and nullity proceedings before the European Patent Office and the German Patent and Trademark Office as well as before the Federal Patent Court.
After studying chemistry at the Philipps University Marburg with a focus on polymer chemistry, she earned her doctorate at the Max-Planck-Institut for colloid and interface research in Potsdam and at the Humboldt University Berlin in the field of self-organization of peptide-polymer conjugates.
Dr. Romina Kühnle has been admitted as a German patent attorney and representative before the European Patent Office and the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) since 2017.
She speaks German, English, French and Spanish.
Joined COHAUSZ & FLORACK as a patent attorney
German patent attorney, European patent attorney and professional representative before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
2013 - 2016
Trained as a patent attorney at COHAUSZ & FLORACK
PhD from the Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam (Golm) and the Humboldt University Berlin
Graduate degree in chemistry with major electives macromolecular chemistry and organic chemistry from the Philipps University Marburg, Germany
- Polymer Chemistry
- Materials Science/Materials
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry
- Life Sciences
- Consumer Goods
- Technical Chemistry
- Medical technology
- Infringement proceedings
- Opposition and nullity proceedings
- Due diligence and freedom-to-operate research
- Validity Opinions
- Research on prior art Trademark research
Sprycel – new plausibility threshold for life sciences patents?
IAM Life Sciences: Key issues for senior life sciences executives 2018, a supplement to IAM, published by Globe Business Media Group - IP Division
The need-to-know facts about patent term extensions in Europe
Patents in Europe 2018/19: Helping business compete in the global economy, a supplement to IAM, published by Globe Business Media Group - IP Division