Hoffmann Eitle with new IP Initiative

Hoffmann Eitle with new IP Initiative

Hoffmann Eitle Patent- und Rechtsanwalte PartmbB (“Hoffmann Eitle”), one of Europe’s leading IP law firms, announced today that it has selected Symphony, from MaxVal Group, Inc. (“MaxVal”), as the new Intellectual Property Management System (IPMS) as an integral part of a firmwide transformation initiative “Fit-For-The-Future” (“FFF”). FFF will influence every aspect of how Hoffmann Eitle attorneys do their duties and connect with their clients by reinventing the delivery of IP services. Hoffmann Eitle will be the first IP law firm in Europe to utilize Symphony.

The needs of Hoffmann Eitle’s customers necessitate a highly secure, yet adaptable, adjustable, workflow-driven, and collaborative solution. Symphony provides precisely this. Hoffmann Eitle views Symphony as the foundation for meeting current and future client needs.

For Hoffmann Eitle to realize its ambition, it need a flexible IP management solution and a partner who is prepared to actually innovate alongside them. MaxVal was picked after a rigorous selection procedure to fill this post. MaxVal already services the intellectual property needs of many of the world’s most advanced and innovative enterprises and law firms, and Hoffmann Eitle found a natural fit with MaxVal.

Dr. Mark Jones, a partner at Hoffmann Eitle, asserts that MaxVal is the foremost specialist in IP software and services since they have an exceptional grasp of IP data, how to organize it, show it, and evaluate it. Due to the platform’s “excellent automated features,” attorneys would be able to concentrate on providing counsel and “delivering the correct facts and decision to the right person at the right time.” Symphony will ensure that Hoffmann Eitle retains its reputation for excellence and dependability, maintaining the firm’s position at the forefront of worldwide IP practice.

D. Bommi Bommannan, the chief executive officer of MaxVal Group, Inc., stated, “At MaxVal, we are continuously enhancing the future for our customers and their stakeholders. As a result of our interaction with Hoffmann Eitle, we realized that we share the same values. We are thrilled that this partnership will enhance their service delivery capabilities and enable them to offer Symphony’s best-in-class client experience. We anticipate innovating with them for many years to come.”

About Hoffmann Eitle
Hoffmann Eitle is one of the largest IP law firms in Europe with more than 140 patent attorneys and attorneys-at-law with European and national qualifications and various technical backgrounds. The firm offers comprehensive European IP services and competent advice in all technical and legal areas and files in excess of 4,000 patent applications each year. They are also the market leader in EPO opposition work. (https://www.hoffmanneitle.com/)

About MaxVal
MaxVal is a Silicon Valley-based tech-enabled IP solutions provider known for its leading-edge products and automated solutions. Since 2004, MaxVal has been providing technology-enabled solutions and expert services by partnering with patent counsel and patent operations teams to optimize patent lifecycle management with high levels of customer service. Visit www.maxval.com or email sales@maxval.com for more information.

Hoffmann Eitle Launches Firmwide “Fit-For-the-Future” Initiative to Transform IP Service Delivery in Partnership with IP Technology Specialist MaxVal

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