Michele Baccelli von HOFFMANN EITLE

Michele Baccelli


Dipl.-Ing. (Electrical Engineering), Italian and European Patent Attorney, UPC Representative Langues IT | EN | FR | DE | JP Équipe Électrotechnique et technologies numériques E-mail chiffré à Michele Baccelli

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T +49 89 92 40 90
E mbaccelli@hoffmanneitle.com

Arabellastraße 30
81925 Munich

Michele Baccelli is an Italian and European Patent Attorney and partner in the electrical engineering practice group.

Over the years, Michele has been advising clients on strategic aspects of patent protection, with his practice ranging from assessment of patent portfolios to supporting licensing negotiations and counselling both in the preparation for litigation and during litigation itself. He further represents clients before all instances of the EPO including in opposition proceedings. Having worked on a large number of projects for patent proprietors, technology users, and start-ups, in addition to his primary focus of large corporations, he draws on a wealth of varied experience in his daily work.

Michele is also involved in the area of patentability of software-related inventions including AI and the use of big data, an area in which he frequently gives lectures, publishes articles in specialized journals and represents clients before the EPO.

Prior to joining HOFFMANN EITLE, Michele worked as mobile phone engineer and project manager for SONY International Europe, before entering the European Patent Office as examiner and then becoming chairman in the field of telecommunications.

Wired and wireless telecommunications, software, electrical medical devices and electronics in general are his main technical areas of focus.

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  • University of L’Aquila, Italy (Dott. In Ingegneria Elettrica, i.e. MSc. in electrical engineering, 1998)
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  • Italian Patent Attorney
  • European Patent Attorney
  • UPC (Unified Patent Court) - European Patent Litigation Certificate
Associations professionnelles
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  • Italian Patent Attorney Bar Association
  • epi
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  • Especially on the topic of software-implemented inventions in Europe, Michele has had several contributions and papers published in specialized journals, books and newsletters.