Manuel Soria Parra is passionate about technology and extremely enthusiastic about new technologies, with a focus on the benefits for people. His particular strength is his ability to quickly grasp complex technical issues and combine them with strategic legal solutions. Through his Master's degree in European Intellectual Property Law, he brings a great deal of knowledge about international legal contexts. In his daily advice, he is clear and pragmatic and, with his many years of experience in official opposition proceedings and court patent infringement litigation, he also keeps an eye on the enforcement and commercial exploitation of intellectual property.
Areas of expertise
Irrigation and drainage technology
Additive manufacturing technology
Manuel Soria Parra is passionate about helping others. That's why he has been involved with the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund in Munich for several decades, first as a volunteer paramedic for many years and now as a member of the association's control committee and as deputy chairman of the supervisory board of a housing cooperative of charitable organizations that aims to create affordable housing for its employees in Munich. In his free time, he seeks balance in the mountains: whether riding his motorcycle over winding mountain passes or in hiking boots straight to the summit - the view of the whole from above reminds us why the protection of innovative, sustainable technologies is valuable for our common future.
Joined Keller Schneider as patent attorney
Completion of the Master's Degree in European Intellectual Property Law at the Distance Learning University of Hagen, Germany
Continuation of activities as patent attorney at the Munich office
Admission as German Patent Attorney, European Design and Trademark Attorney
Continuation of activities as European Patent Attorney at the Munich office
Admission as representative before the European Patent Office (European Patent Attorney)
Patent Engineer with an internationally renowned Munich law firm
Graduation in precision engineering and microtechnology with specialization in medical technology at the University of Applied Sciences Munich as Diplom-Ingenieur (FH)