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Peter R. Slowinski, J.S.M. (Stanford)

Doktorand und wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Immaterialgüter- und Wettbewerbsrecht

+49 89 24246-431
peter.slowinski(at)ip.mpg.de

Arbeitsbereiche:

Immaterialgüterrecht (insb. Patentrecht), Recht des unlauteren Wettbewerbs, Lizenzvertragsrecht, Bürgerliches Recht, Zivilprozessrecht und alternative Konfliktbearbeitung (insb. Mediation)

Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

Seit 2010
Promotion an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München bei Prof. Dr. Reto M. Hilty
Thema: Dysfunktionale Effekte der Durchsetzung von Immaterialgüterrechten

2014 - 2016
Rechtsanwalt im Bereich Patentprozessführung und Patentlizenzrecht in einer internationalen Wirtschaftskanzlei in München

2013 - 2014
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb

2012 - 2013
Stipendiat am Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb

2011 - 2012
Postgraduiertes Studium der Rechtswissenschaften an der Stanford University, Stanford Law School, Stanford, USA (Master of the Science of Law, J.S.M.)

Fellow im Rahmen des Stanford Program in International Legal Studies (SPILS) an der Stanford Law School, Stanford

Research Assistant im Rahmen des Projekts „Future of the Legal Profession“ unter der Leitung von Frau Professor Deborah Hensler an der Stanford Law School, Stanford, USA

2010 - 2011
Stipendiat am Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb

2009
Zweites Juristisches Staatsexamen, München, Deutschland

2007 - 2009
Referendariat im Bezirk des Oberlandesgerichts München

2007
Erstes Juristisches Staatsexamen, München, Deutschland

2004 - 2007
Studium der Rechtswissenschaften, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Deutschland

2003 - 2004
Studienaufenthalt an der Cardiff University (Diploma in Legal Studies), Abschlussarbeit zur Patentierbarkeit computerimplementierter Erfindungen, Cardiff, UK

2001 - 2003
Studium der Rechtswissenschaften, Universität Passau, Passau, Deutschland

Ehrungen, wissenschaftliche Preise, Stipendien

John Hart Ely Prize der Stanford Law School for Outstanding Performance in ADR Policy Practice and Law

Promotionsstipendium des Max-Planck-Instituts für Innovation und Wettbewerb

Studienstipendium der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Erasmus-Förderung der Europäischen Union für den Studienaufenthalt an der Cardiff University

Mitgliedschaften

Deutsche Vereinigung für Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht (GRUR)

Deutsch-Amerikanische-Juristenvereinigung (DAJV)

Centrale für Mediation

Munich IP Dispute Resolution Forum (IPDR)

Internationale Vereinigung für den Schutz des Geistigen Eigentums (AIPPI)

Publikationen

Beiträge in Sammelwerken, Kommentierungen, Handbüchern und Lexika

Patenting Coffee - IP Protection and Its Impact on Innovation in the Coffee-Capsule Market, in: Varieties of European Economic Law and Regulation (Studies in European Economic Law and Regulation, 3), Springer, Berlin 2014, 489 - 503 (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty). DOI

  • Despite a hard to kill belief patents are not a booster for innovation per se but an instrument of competition and innovation policy that needs to be used in a careful manner and with a clear understanding of its functioning and consequences. In the last decades discussions about the strengths and weaknesses of the patenting system have circulated mostly around pharmaceuticals or the information technology. Some of the most important questions addressed in these discussions are the ever rising and unmanageably large number of patents, a phenomenon known as patent thickets, the overlapping of different intellectual property rights, and in consequence the limitation of necessary competition.

Aufsätze

Study Question 2017 – Quantification of monetary relief, GRUR Int 66, 8-9 (2017), 737 - 744 (gemeinsam mit Björn Joachim et al.).

    Standardessentielle Patente – Perspektiven außerhalb des Kartellrechts, GRUR Int 64, 9 (2015), 781 - 792 (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty).

      Entscheidungsanmerkungen

      Comment on the German Federal Supreme Court Decision "Raltegravir" - Patent Act, Secs. 24, 85(1), IIC - international review of intellectual property and competition law 2017, 1 - 6-2, 18.12.2017. DOI

        Case Note on: "United Video Properties", IIC 48, 3 (2017), 373 - 377. DOI

          Perlentaucher/FAZ, Comment on the decision by the German Federal Supreme Court, IIC 42, 8 (2011), 989 - 992.

            Tagungs- und Diskussionsberichte

            Declaration on Patent Protection: Regulatory Sovereignty under TRIPS – Bericht zum Workshop in Berlin am 11. und 12.7.2017, GRUR Int 67, 1 (2018), 30 - 33.

            • Event: Workshop zur Patent Declaration, Berlin, 2017-07-11

            Stellungnahmen

            Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition of 26 April 2017 on the European Commission's "Public consultation on Building the European Data Economy", 2017, 13 S. (gemeinsam mit Reto M. Hilty et al.).

            • This Position Statement responds to the Communication of 10 January 2017 by which the European Commission launched a public consultation on the future legal framework for data-driven markets that emerge in the course of the current digitization of industrial production and the advent of smart products in which sensors are embedded. In particular, the Position Statement comments the Commission’s ideas on a possible future data producer’s right as a means of promoting access to data. While the Max Plank Institute agrees that there are indeed instances where there is a need to “unlock data”, it rejects a data producer’s right. Rather, the Institute recommends considering more targeted data access rights that would specifically react to situations in which a manufacturer of smart products would otherwise try to reserve related markets for itself. The Max Planck Institute thereby takes inspiration from the data portability right that has already been implemented as part of the Basic Data Protection Regulation. Moreover, general principles on the design of data access regimes are developed. In sum, the Max Planck Institute favours a sector-specific approach to the introduction of a general data access right or a generally applicable data access regime. Sector-specific rules are especially needed for answering more concrete questions such as regarding the person entitled to claim access or the one of whether a data holder should be remunerated for granting access to data.
            • MPI_Statement_Public_consultation_on_Building_the_EU_Data_Eco_28042017 Copy.pdf
            • Also published as: Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 17-08
            • Chinese Translation of the Position Statement

            Vorträge

            12. Februar 2018

            Do we need a new IP-regime in the new data driven economy?

            Vortrag im Rahmen der Tagung "Artificial Intelligence, Industry 4.0, and Intellectual Property Law - Towards a New Era in Socio-Economic Life and Daily Living of Human Being", Ankara University Research and Application Center on Intellectual and Industrial Rights (FISAUM)

            Ort: Ankara, Türkei


            10. November 2017

            Fields of Self-Regulation and Codes of Conduct

            Vortrag im Rahmen der Tagung "SEPs, SSO and FRAND - Fostering Innovation in Interconnectivity: Asian and Global Perspectives", Applied Research Centre for Intellectual Assets and the Law in Asia, Singapore Management University

            Ort: Singapur


            9. November 2017

            The Legal Nature of FRAND-declaration - EU-Perspective

            Vortrag im Rahmen der Tagung "SEPs, SSO and FRAND - Fostering Innovation in Interconnectivity: Asian and Global Perspectives", Applied Research Centre for Intellectual Assets and the Law in Asia, Singapore Management University

            Ort: Singapur


            12. November 2015

            Standard Essential Patents - Beyond Competition Law

            Vortrag im Rahmen des International Symposium on Legal Reforms in Standard Essential, Patents, Intellectual Property Law Center, School of Law Tsinghua University

            Ort: Peking, China


            14. Oktober 2015

            The New European Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court

            Vortrag an der University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law

            Ort: Tuscon, Arizona, USA


            5. November 2014

            The New European Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court

            Ort: Palo Alto, USA


            3. November 2014

            The New European Unified Patent Court

            Ort: Stanford Law School, Stanford, USA


            13. April 2013

            Still in Balance? - Perspectives on the Present State and Future Development of IP Enforcement

            9th Inter-University Graduate Student Conference

            Ort: Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York, USA


            18. Mai 2012

            Patent Mediation in Germany - Results From the First Empirical Study

            International Empirical Research Forum

            Ort: Stanford Law School, Stanford, USA


            14. April 2012

            Evaluation of Patent Mediation

            8th Inter-University Graduate Student Conference

            Ort: Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York, USA


            27. Mai 2010

            Enforcing Quality - New Ways of Strengthening the IP-Systems in Europe

            3rd WIPO-Seminar on Intellectual Property and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises

            Ort: Genf, Schweiz

            Lehrveranstaltungen

            20./21. Juli 2017

            IP and ADR - Policy Considerations and Practice Issues
            Vorlesung für LL.M.-Studenten am Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (MIPLC)
            Ort: München, Deutschland


            2. November 2016

            Global Patent Litigation
            Gastdozent im Rahmen der Vorlesung „Global Litigation“ von Frau Professor Deborah Hensler
            Ort: Stanford Law School, Stanford, USA