Founder of the Firm
European Patent Attorney
European Trademark and Design Attorney
Technical University of Munich, Dipl.-Ing. 1994
Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Dr. jur. 1999
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft – Scholarship Recipient
University of Washington School of Law, Seattle – Doctoral studies
Frequent guest lecturer at the University of Washington School of Law and Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan regarding European and German patent law and infringement proceedings
German Patent and Trademark Office, German Federal Patent Court, German Federal Court of Justice, European Patent Office, EUIPO, and WIPO
• Mechanical engineering, particularly in the areas of automotive, tooling, medical and process engineering
• Electrical engineering, particularly in the areas of telecommunication, wireless and computer engineering
Matthias Bosch has worked in the intellectual property field since 1993, when beginning his doctoral thesis at the Max-Planck-Institute for Intellectual Property in Munich. During his German law studies, Matthias was a scholar at the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, comparing U.S., European and German patent law for inclusion in his doctoral thesis related to medical process patents.
In his current practice, Matthias works closely with his team prosecuting medium and large international patent portfolios comprising several thousand patent applications and patents. His work also includes coordinating the patent prosecution of Chinese, Taiwanese and Korean patent counterparts. During the last several years, he has built strong alliances with Asian patent law firms enabling the firm to offer consolidated intellectual property services. A primary focus of his practice is to coordinate and synchronize his clients’ international patent prosecution so that potential litigations and licensing arrangements can be seamlessly handled and pitfalls avoided.
Matthias has also deep experience in European opposition proceedings. Matthias manages his team with respect to major patent litigation proceedings before the German courts. The Bosch Jehle team works with specialized litigators to provide technical expertise and assistance. Matthias’ work also includes counseling, prosecuting and enforcing European Community Design Rights for both small and large international companies.
• Medico-technical procedures and apparatus in German, European and U.S. patent law, Schriftenreihe zum gewerblichen Rechtsschutz, Vol. 111, Carl Heymanns Verlag 2000