Hungarian Patent Attorney
Ervin Onozó specialises in prosecuting industrial property rights, where he has considerable experience in preparing patent- and utility model applications. He also supports clients in formulating their industrial property rights strategies by conducting novelty searches and delivering other consulting services.
Ervin joined Danubia in 2012 and has been a trainee patent attorney from 2017, then a patent attorney since 2020.
He spent 2 years between 2010 and 2012 working as a technology transfer manager at Biopolisz in Szeged, where within the scope of innovation consulting he supported clients in formulating their industrial property rights strategies, obtaining funding through industrial property rights tenders and utilising innovative technologies.
Ervin graduated in physics from the University of Szeged in 2010, before going on to complete his master’s also in physics from the same university.
In 2010 he qualified as an innovation manager at the InnoStart Foundation. In 2012 he also obtained an advanced qualification in industrial property rights protection through a training programme organised by the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office.
» MIE (Hungarian Association for the Protection of Industrial Property and Copyright)