Norman’s training on the field of intellectual property took place in a law firm in the Metropolitan Region Rhine-Neckar, accompanied by studies of general law at the University Hagen. After further stages of training at the German Patent and Trademark Office and the Federal Patent Court, Norman was admitted as a German patent attorney and as a representative before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in September 2008, followed by the admission as professional representative before the European Patent Office.
Norman has been working as patent attorney since 2008 and was partner at a law firm in the Metropolitan Region Rhine-Neckar between 2008 and 2021.
In July 2021, Norman joined the patent law firm Bauer Vorberg Kayser. He advises national and international clients in all fields of intellectual property, particularly regarding patent drafting, prosecution, and validity proceedings as well as enforcement of property right in litigation proceedings. His technical focus lies in the field of electrical engineering and information technology, particularly sensor technology, electronics, Powerline Communication, network technology, electric motors, high voltage technology, robotics, neural networks, cloud-based systems, and Internet of Things.
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