Henry Uhlemann studied process chemistry at the Technical University of Leuna-Merseburg. He completed his studies with a diploma thesis on the interaction of Lewis acids and Lewis bases on alkynes.
After two years as a patent researcher in the Office for Inventions and Patents of the GDR, he worked for five years as a patent assessor in the Patent Department of the Center for Microelectronics Dresden. During this time, he completed his postgraduate studies in intellectual property law at the Humboldt University of Berlin.
After two years as Head of Patents, Trademarks and Innovations of the Beverage Combine Dresden and a short period as patent assessor in the patent department of the TU Dresden, he founded the patent law firm “Kailuweit & Uhlemann” together with Frank at the beginning of 1990.
Henry is a German Patent Attorney, European Patent Attorney and European Trademark and Design Attorney. For several years he was head of the Dresden working group of the German Chamber of Patent Attorneys, tutor of CEIPI (Centre d’Études Internationales de la Propriété Intellectuelle, Strasbourg) and member of the board of the Saxon Patent Attorney Association.
He represents the interests of our clients before the German Patent and Trademark Office, the European Patent Office, the Office of the European Union for Intellectual Property (EUIPO) and the WIPO and also assists in the enforcement or defence of rights before ordinary courts.
The main focus of his work is patent and utility model law (in particular in the fields of chemistry and process engineering), trademark law, design law, licensing law and the law governing employee inventions.
He is a member of GRUR (German Association for the Protection of Industrial Property and Copyright), the Federal Association of Patent Attorneys and the Saxon Patent Attorney Association.
His working languages are German and English.