Thomas is an associate at TALIENS Germany in Munich.
He advises national and international clients on all aspects of intellectual property law, including on patents, trademarks and copyright.
Thomas’ main focus lies on contentious matters, esp. patent infringement proceedings. He represents clients in the fields of electronics, telecommunications, mechanics, medical devices, chemistry and pharmaceuticals in patent litigation at all relevant patent infringement courts in Germany (first instance courts as well as courts of appeal).
Furthermore, Thomas advises on non-contentious matters in the media, entertainment and technology sectors.
Prior to joining TALIENS, Thomas was an associate at Olswang in Munich (2015-2017).
Thomas studied law at the universities of Passau, Complutense de Madrid and LMU Munich. He further holds a master’s degree (LL.M.) from Queen Mary University of London in ‘Comparative and International Dispute Resolution’. After completion of his legal clerkship in Munich, Thomas was admitted to the bar in 2015.