We support our clients in the realization of economic projects and strategic goals with the means of intellectual property rights

We support our clients in the realization of economic projects and strategic goals with the means of intellectual property rights

Dr. Alexander Freiherr von Foullon

Graduate Chemist

Alexander von Foullon has been a partner at von Rohr since 2013. He is a German patent attorney, European patent attorney and European trademark and design attorney. He advises and represents national and international clients in all aspects of intellectual property and has extensive experience in patent and utility model law as well as in design and trademark law. Alexander von Foullon consults and represents clients both in obtaining and annulling intellectual property rights and in enforcing them, as well as in questions of licensing intellectual property rights and the law on employees’ inventions.

His technical focus is on chemistry as well as chemical process engineering, with special emphasis on coatings and coating technology, surface chemistry, corrosion protection, exhaust gas treatment, building materials, adhesives and polymers, 3D printing and food supplements.

“Our patent attorney services are aimed at supporting our clients in the implementation of economic projects and the pursuit of strategic goals and to enable their realization with the means of intellectual property rights.”

“Our patent attorney services are aimed at supporting our clients in the implementation of economic projects and the pursuit of strategic goals and to enable their realization with the means of intellectual property rights.”

Alexander von Foullon commenced his career in the field of intellectual property in 2009 in a renowned patent law firm in Essen. Having completed various internships at the Regional Court of Dusseldorf, the German Patent and Trademark Office as well as the Federal Patent Court, Alexander von Foullon became a partner of the firm von Rohr.

In the course of his studies of chemistry at the University of Cologne, Alexander von Foullon focused on the investigation of new organoelement and organometallic compounds and analyzed the structures of chemical compounds. After receiving his graduate degree, he continued his research in the position of a scientific assistant in the field of inorganic molecular chemistry. In the year 2008 he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Natural Sciences for his doctoral thesis on fluorinated organoelement compounds.