Justin Hoppler studied physics and wrote his doctoral thesis on neutron reflectometry on thin-film superlattices of ferromagnets and high-temperature superconductors. Due to his time working at large research facilities, he is a proven team player. After his doctoral thesis he turned away from research and towards intellectual property law. At Keller & Partner Patentanwälte AG he gained the knowledge and experience required for the admission as representative before the European Patent Office. Since then he has been contributing to the team as a European Patent Attorney.
Areas of expertise
Winter sports equipment
Technophile knowledge communicator
Justin Hoppler is our go-to person when it comes to explaining complex issues in understandable ways. He has a great talent for stripping down even very intricate topics – be it in the technical or the legal realm - to the core and making them understandable to another person. Working in his various specialist areas as a patent attorney, he has developed a great passion for physical measuring methods and devices as well as for technical products in winter sports- many of which are peppered around his office in Bern.
Entry in the Swiss Register of Patent Attorneys
Admission as representative before the European Patent Office (European Patent Attorney)
Joined Keller & Partner Patentanwälte AG
PhD dissertation in experimental physics, University of Freiburg and Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI)