Natalie Ladrière

Natalie Ladrière graduated in physical engineering from the Cologne University of applied Sciences in 2004. She was employed for two years as physical engineer at the Center of Advanced European Studies and Research (Caesar) in Bonn as member in the holography and Iaser technology group.

Thereafter, Natalie worked for one and a half year in a patent law firm in Cologne. She began working for CPW in 2008 and qualified as a European Patent Attorney in 2012. Natalie is also a German patent attorney as well as a European Trademark and Design Attorney and thus admitted before the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office). In addition, she has been admitted as a representative at the UPC (Unified Patent Court). She has been working extensively on IP in the field of weaving techniques and machines, anti-ballistic articles as well as with optical devices and optical structures.

Natalie Ladrière is one of two owners of Schröder Oberlein Patentanwalts GmbH (SOP GmbH), which supports CPW GmbH in handling national IP matters.