Published June 27, 2024

EIP is continuing its growth in Germany. Earlier this year, Isabelle Schaller and Sebastian Fuchs became part of a quartet of partnership promotions. This was reflective of the positive development of the German office over the past years. A further progression of EIPs German patent litigation capabilities is the addition of a skilled and experienced patent attorney.

EIP is delighted to announce that it is adding Felix Hütt to its German team. Hütt is a litigation-experienced German and European patent attorney, who, besides handling litigation-related validity challenges, is also an experienced UPC Representative. 

Before joining EIP, Hütt honed his skills in the patent litigation team of Hogan Lovells International LLP. Hütt’s work in major patent litigation campaigns, including standard essential patents (SEPs), has equipped him with extensive experience across various technology fields. His specialties include information and communication technology, semiconductor technology, electrical engineering, software, and optics. This experience makes him an excellent addition to EIP’s already widely recognized team of communications, computing, and electronics experts. 

Hütt said:I am thrilled to be joining a dynamic team that has made a name for itself in big litigation. I look forward to bringing my experience and expertise to the table to work with the team in advising and representing clients on the most complex and significant matters.”

Christof Höhne, Partner at EIP’s Düsseldorf office said:It is great to see EIP’s team in Germany growing and developing. Earlier this year, we had two Partner promotions within the team. Now, with Felix joining, we are complementing our skillset.  We are confident that Felix will play a key role in the continued growth of EIP.”

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