Thomas L. Lederer, born 1975 in Rosenheim, studied Physics, Mechanical Engineering and Informatics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München and the Technische Universität Berlin before turning to Intellectual Property in 2007.
He is one of very few (less than ca. 1%) German Patent Attorneys with a Master's level degree in Computer Science (Informatics (Diplom-Informatiker Univ.), from the LMU Munich).
Tom is fluent in German and English and has basic knowledge in Spanish, Italian, French and Japanese.
– Academic Education in Physics and Mechanics
– Master's Level degree in Computer Science
– Focus areas include: Networks and Network Protocols, Databases, Information Science and Ontologies, Programming and Theoretical Informatics
Note: The links below were created close to the publication of the articles and events.
|Dec 2016||Patent Lawyer Magazine: Global considerations for PCT applications in the field of computer science|
|Sept 2015||Patent Lawyer Magazine: Tiny advances|
|Sept 2014||World Intellectual Property Review: Computer-implemented inventions: recent changes in case law|
|29 Nov 2018||PDF
||TechDivision meetup, Rosenheim: Patents and Computer Implemented Inventions|
|07 Nov 2018||Bayern Innovativ: "Artificial Intelligence: Effects and Challenges", DPMA, Munich: Practical Tips for Patenting of Inventions in Artificial Intelligence|
|19 Apr 2018||Global Anti-Counterfeiting and Brand Protection Summit, Amsterdam: IP and Patents: Do’s & Don’ts|
|20 July 2016||Workshop in Munich together with Dr. Thomas Buchholz (BSH), Munich: Internet of Things (only my part)|
|02 June 2014||IP Law Europe Summit 2014, Monte Carlo: Opting In or Opting Out: Weighing the Benefits and Dangers of the Unitary Patent Court System|
|10 Dec 2013||by Bayern Innovativ: "IP-Management - Strategien und Lösungen für den Know-How-Schutz", DPMA, Munich: Aufbau eines globalen IP-Managements in einem mittelständischen luK-Unternehmen|