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Robert Lelkes, Patent Attorney
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Tel.: +49 (89) 51 56 90 02
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Robert Lelkes has the following permits:
- as Attorney-at-Law in the District of Columbia, USA, before the District of Columbia Court of Appeals
- as Attorney-at-Law based on admission in the District of Columbia, USA at the German Federal Chamber of Lawyers (German Federal Bar Association)
- as a registered US patent attorney (Registration No. 33,730) before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and
- as a qualified European Patent Attorney before the European Patent Office (EPO) as a member of the European Patent Institute (epi).
The following rules of professional conduct are obligatory for his practice as an Attorney-at-Law:
The Rules of Professional Conduct for members of the District of Columbia Bar issued by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals (https://www.dcbar.org/attorney-discipline/for-lawyers/).
§§ 206 and 207 of the German Federal Lawyers’ Act (BRAO) and §§ 1 to 33 of the German Professional Code of Conduct (https://www.brak.de/fuer-anwaelte/berufsrecht/). Compliance is monitored by the German Federal Bar Association.
The following rules of professional conduct are obligatory for his practice as a United States Patent Attorney (Registration No. 33,730):
The Rules of Professional Conduct under 37 CFR §10.20 et seq. issued and monitored by the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Office of Enrollment and Discipline (https://www.uspto.gov/learning-and-resources/patent-and-trademark-practitioners/current-patent-practitioner/ethics-rules)
The following rules of professional conduct are obligatory for his practice as European Patent Attorney before the European Patent Office:
Code of Conduct of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office issued and monitored by European Patent Institute and the administrative council of the European Patent Organisation (https://patentepi.com/en/the-institute/rules-and-regulations.html).