Thomas ProckDipl Ing, PhD

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Chartered (UK), German and European Patent Attorney

Offices: London (UK)

Languages spoken: English, Deutsch (German)

Email: tprock@marks-clerk.com

Telephone (Office): +44 20 7420 0231

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Thomas Prock

Thomas advises clients in the high tech field, in particular, in the electronics sector on internet related subject matter and computer-implemented inventions. Thomas is moreover active in protecting inventions in the Cleantech and medical device field.

He has worked on patent applications relating to non-volatile semiconductor storage devices, data processing and exchange, mobile telecommunications, smart grid related inventions, waste reduction and medical imaging, to name a few. Thomas also has experience in contentious related matters, including European oppositions and litigation.

Thomas graduated with a Diploma in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Applied Science in Ulm (Germany) and went on to obtain his PhD from the Institute of Cancer Research, where he investigated the interaction between radio frequency electromagnetic fields and conducting tissue, with particular emphasis on its application to the design of phased array resonators.

Having qualified as a Chartered (UK) and European Patent Attorney in 2007, in 2014 Thomas became one of the few professionals to also qualify as a Patentanwalt (German Patent Attorney).

In the LMG Life Sciences Guide 2014, Thomas is listed as a ‘Life Sciences Star’ for his work in the medical devices area. He is also commended in the inaugural Who's Who Legal - Patent Agents, which refers to him as a “definite inclusion on any list”.

Thomas Prock works in the following sectors

Aeronautical Engineering
Electronics
Automotive
Cleantech
IT/Software
Medical devices
Semiconductors
Telecommunications
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POSTED 12 June 2018
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POSTED 15 February 2018

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