Dr. Martin Kayser

completed his engineering studies in the field of mining engineering at the Technical University of Berlin in 1996 witha Diplom degree. In the course of his studies he spent a year studying petroleum engineering on a fellowship at the University of Alberta in Canada. His degree thesis was awarded the Karl Glinz Prize.

After completing his degree, Martin Kayser was granted a scholarship at the University of Stuttgart, where he earned a doctorate in the field of energy economics and the rational use of energy. He began his professional life at Rheinbraun AG, where he was employed as an engineer in lignite mining and extraction.

Martin Kayser's training in the protection of industrial property took place in the legal partnership Dr. Solf & Zapf and in the law office of Dr. Bauer, the Düsseldorf Regional Court, the German Patent and Trade Mark Office and the Federal Patent Court in Munich. After passing the patent lawyer qualification examination administered by the German Patent and Trade Mark Office, he took the European Qualifying Examination and was accepted as a Representative before the European Patent Office.

Martin Kayser represents national and international companies in all areas of industrial property protection. His major focuses are in the fields of vehicle technology, energy technologies, athletic devices, mining technologies, environmental technologies and renewable energy. He also specializes in trademark and licensing law.

He is very experienced in actively asserting your rights against third parties and defend those rights against attacks by third parties. He has extensive experience in all judicial and official infringement and cancellation proceedings.

He is married, has four children and (nevertheless) enjoys all kind of sports (actively and passively), he plays Tennis, Golf and enjoys swimming and skiing. In the summertime, though, you might also run into him in one of Cologne's attractive parks.