Ulrich Worm is a patent litigator who represents clients in patent infringement and nullity proceedings before courts in Germany. In addition to litigating patent cases before German courts he coordinates pan-European and cross-Atlantic patent litigation cases.
Further to his patent litigation practice, Ulrich advises on patent related matters such as patent license and other technology transfer agreements and has extensive experience in fighting counterfeiting of patent protected products.
Ulrich's clients come from various industries with a special focus on clients from the medical devices, pharma, chemicals, automotive and electronics sector.
Prior to joining Mayer Brown, Ulrich worked for another large law firm in Düsseldorf and earned a professional training diploma in chemistry in 1993.
Represented a US based medical devices manufacturer in a pan-European patent litigation case.
Represented a UK based manufacturer of electronics and electrical components in several German patent litigation cases and coordinated parallel court actions in Asia and other European countries.
Advised a US based automotive supplier in a technology dispute with major European car manufacturers and other automotive suppliers.
Advised a German based manufacturer of sanitary products on fighting Chinese copies of its patent protected products.
Represented a US based medical devices manufacturer in a patent litigation case where Ulrich managed to obtain one of the seldom preliminary injunctions against the patent infringer.
Advised a US based specialty chemicals producer on fighting knock-offs of its process patent protected chemicals.
Represented a German manufacturer of household appliances in a patent infringement action against an Eastern European infringer.
Represented a US based medical devices manufacturer in a patent litigation case against a Swedish competitor.
Represented a Hong Kong based household appliances manufacturer in a patent dispute with a German competitor.
Represented a German plastics producer in a patent litigation case against one of its domestic competitors.
Represented an international sports apparel producer in a patent litigation case which interfered with the contemplated closing of a corporate transaction.
University of Frankfurt am Main, doctor's degree (PhD inlaw), 2001, Court of Appeals Frank-furt am Main, Bar Exam, 1999, University of Mainz, Law School Exam, 1997, Kerschenstein-erschule Wiesbaden, professional training diploma in chemistry (Chemisch-Technischer Assistent), 1993.