Dragan Coric

Dragan Coric

Patent Attorneys

Msc, physics
Msc, electrical engineering
PhD, microengineering

LLM, Intellectual property

Affiliations

Msc, physics
Msc, electrical engineering
PhD, microengineering

LLM, Intellectual property

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Languages: English, French, German, Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian

Dragan Coric holds MSc in physics (University of Zagreb, Croatia), MSc in electrical engineering (University of Toronto, Canada), PhD in microengineering (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland), and LLM in Intellectual property (University of Torino, Italy).

Dragan has spent ten years in applied research at different university research groups teaching and performing research in the areas of lasers, optical communications and imaging, and composite materials and sensors. After the academic career, he worked for R&M in Zurich, a leading global cabling and connectivity solution provider, as a senior research and innovation engineer.

Dragan has started career in the intellectual property area in 2011 when he joined patent department of Sicpa SA in Lausanne at a position of patent counsel protecting the inventions in the area of digital and physical security solutions. In 2013, Dragan has joined patent department of Alstom Technology in Baden, where he was responsible for the European and global prosecution of the patent portfolio related to the various energy generation technologies.  From 2016 to 2020, Dragan has worked for General Electric where he was part of the global patent team, and where he was responsible for drafting, prosecution, appeals and oppositions of European patents. He has been qualified as a European patent attorney from 2018. During his twenty years in the various in-house patent departments, industry and universities, Dragan has developed a deep understanding of the wide areas of technologies, European and global patent law, business and IP strategy.

When he is not working, Dragan is spending his time with his family, playing sports, and reading.

Born in Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina in 1974