Christopher Weber was admitted to the bar as a lawyer in Germany in 2007. The focus of Christopher Weber’s work is in the field of technical intellectual property rights (patents and utility models). His experience ranges from the management of individual national proceedings to the coordination of international disputes concerning a wide variety of intellectual property rights. The proceedings conducted by him cover virtually the entire range of technologies, including the fields of software, electronics, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, mechanics, and plastics processing. He represents his clients in front of the civil courts and assists legal validity proceedings before the European Patent Office, the Federal Patent Court and the Federal Court of Justice. In addition, Christopher Weber also provides advice for unfair competition litigation with a technical focus. Managing IP and The Legal 500 name him as a recommended lawyer.
Christopher Weber joined Kather Augenstein as a partner at its inception. Previously, he worked in patent law with a leading international law firm in Düsseldorf.
He is a member of the German Association for Intellectual Property and Copyright (GRUR) and the Licensing Executives Society (LES) and publishes regularly in the fields of intellectual property law and procedural law.