Philip Eichenberger

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Patent Expert
Swiss Patent Attorney / European Patent Attorney

Why am I a patent attorney?

“In my view, immersing yourself in different technical fields is varied and exciting. It is challenging to grasp the core concept of a development and to draft claims that protect this core concept. And I find it rewarding to interact with specialists in a technical field.”

Fields of activity

Career and experience

Drafting patent applications in the field of mechanical engineering and process engineering, as well as managing these during the examination procedure before national and regional patent offices.
Philip Eichenberger has worked for Troesch Scheidegger Werner AG in Zumikon since 2016.
While working as a development engineer, Philip Eichenberger was already responsible for managing patent portfolios and was the contact person for external patent attorneys. He decided to train in Swiss, European and international patent law on a part-time basis.
Phillip Eichenberger studied mechanical engineering at ETH Zurich (ETHZ), specializing in mechanical engineering and process engineering. He successfully completed his studies in 2001. After graduating as a mechanical engineer, from 2001 to 2012 he worked as a development engineer in various international companies in the mechanical engineering sector, particularly steelworks construction. From 2012, he worked as a patent engineer in a renowned Zurich patent law firm. After joining Troesch Scheidegger Werner AG in 2016, he passed the necessary examinations to be admitted as a European patent attorney in 2017 and as a Swiss patent attorney in 2021.

ASPTA (Association of the Swiss Patent and Trademark Attorneys)

FICPI (International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys)

epi (Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office)

VESPA (Verband der freiberuflichen Europäischen und Schweizer Patentanwälte)