David Müller-Wiesner

Shareholder
Registered Patent Attorney
REGISTERED TRADE MARK ATTORNEY

David enjoys guiding his clients on the entire IP journey, from a quick coffee to discuss a budding idea to enforcement proceedings and capital raises. David has been responsible for large patent and design portfolios for local and international clients, with a particular focus on creating flexible and affordable intellectual property strategies for scaling ventures. David has drafted, prosecuted, and advised on thousands of registered intellectual property rights in an expansive array of industries including aerospace technology, home appliances and consumer products, designer articles, fitness equipment, agricultural equipment, mining, robotics, food processing technology, sport technology, and computer-implemented inventions.

Building on an extensive experience obtaining patents outside of Australia, David has determined the global enforcement and filing strategies of major Australian patent filers, while also appearing at hearings on behalf of his clients at the Australian Patent Office.

Prior to becoming a patent attorney, David was a co-inventor for a startup in the field of composite materials for high performance roadbikes after working in the technical methods team for a landing gear manufacturer in France and in non-destructive evaluation for an airframe manufacturer in Germany. He has also worked in research roles at Imperial College London in the material characterization team and the Technische Universität Clausthal-Zellerfeld in Germany verifying computational fluid dynamics models.

David is a known IP expert in the Sydney Startup ecosystem, providing pro bono advice to UTS Startups and delivering lectures on Intellectual Property for the Engineering Entrepreneurship module at Macquarie University.

He holds a Masters in Mechanical Engineering with First Class Honours from Imperial College London and a Master of Intellectual Property from the University of Technology Sydney. He is a registered Australian and New Zealand Patent Attorney, as well as a registered Australian Trade Mark Attorney.

David is a member of the Institute of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys of Australia (IPTA) and the Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand (IPSANZ).

David was also recognised as a Rising Star in the Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) publication in 2020 and 2021.

David

Contact David

phone +61 2 7208 9500

phonedmw@glmr.law

phone linkedin.com/in/david-mw

Insights

Insights from the Team

Aristocrat rolls snake eyes, but there is a silver lining

by | Aug 22, 2022 | Patents | 0 Comments

In an unusual result, the High Court of Australia has returned an equally divided decision in Aristocrat Technologies Australia Pty Ltd v Commissioner of Patents [2022]...

GLMR Supports Startup Ecosystem

by | Aug 22, 2022 | Firm News | 0 Comments

We are proud to announce our continued sponsorship of the UTS Startups Awards in 2022, with a cash prize of $1000 together with an IP audit valued at $1000. The...

GLMR is Growing

by | Apr 17, 2022 | Firm News | 0 Comments

We are excited to announce the addition of five sought-after Australian Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys to the GLMR Intellectual Property family. Expanding the Family...

Manner of Manufacture Win

by | Apr 2, 2022 | Patents | 0 Comments

Examiner’s Manner of Manufacture Objection Overturned In the recent Patent Office hearing decision of RYW Holdings Pty Ltd [2022] APO 20 relating to Patent Application...

Corrosive Patent Entitlement and the Moving Target of Inventive Concept

by | Mar 30, 2022 | Patents | 0 Comments

In the recent decision of Vector Corrosion Technologies Limited v E-Chem Technologies Ltd [2022] FCA 188 (09 March 2022) (Jagot J) the cloudy area of patent entitlement...

The ever-expanding Australian patent box

by | Mar 30, 2022 | Commercial,Patents | 0 Comments

As our readers will be aware, the Australian Government announced a 'Patent Box' tax incentive scheme in the 2021-2022 Federal Budget.  The Patent Box was subsequently...

Does it look, walk, and quack like a computer?

by | Mar 30, 2022 | Patents | 0 Comments

The Full Federal Court has handed down their judgement in Commissioner of Patents v Aristocrat Technologies Australia Pty Ltd, overturning orders of the primary judge...