Dr. Johannes Bukow is a German qualified attorney (Rechtsanwalt) and Partner at Quinn Emanuel.
Dr. Bukow focuses on IP litigation, with a particular emphasis on patent litigation. His expertise includes working with clients and litigating patents in various industries involving the coordination of lawsuits in multiple jurisdictions.
Dr. Bukow also has specific experience regarding the interface of patents and antitrust laws (e.g., patents essential to industry standards and FRAND-defenses). He has pleaded numerous cases in the German patent infringement courts as well as in opposition proceedings at the EPO (including appeal proceedings), before the German PTO and the German Patent Court.
He has significant experience in the area of border seizures.
Before joining Quinn Emanuel, he was an associate at both Allen & Overy LLP and at the IP boutique Schilling & Grosch. He graduated from Mannheim University and subsequently worked there as a research assistant at the Chair of Professor Dr. Rolf Sack. He obtained his doctorate degree from Mannheim University and his LL.M. from the University of Edinburgh.
He was a lecturer in patent law at Freiburg University and he has contributed inter alia to the textbook Handbuch des Patentrechts (Hrsg. Haedicke/Timmann), which is also available in English (Patent Law Handbook, eds. Haedicke/Timmann).
Chambers has ranked Dr. Bukow, citing sources who say “[he is] an excellent attorney – very personable and smart.” Both Chambers Europe and Chambers Global 2017 noted that “Johannes Bukow has carved out a reputation as an accomplished patent litigator, and ascends the rankings due to favourable comments from peers and clients.” JUVE 2016/2017 has recognized him as being “highly recommended” for patent litigation in Germany. Legal 500 Deutschland has noted that he is both "renowned" and "often recommended" for patent litigation in Germany. Recommended in the Who’s Who Legal - Patents 2017, he is also ranked by IAM Patent 1000 2017 who say of him that he is “another seasoned litigator who is fazed by nothing and conducts multi-jurisdictional matters with the hand of a maestro.”