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Gábor Lezsák MSc.
Registered European- and Hungarian Patent Attorney

Gábor Lezsák deals primarily with patent prosecution in the fields of small molecule medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, environmental chemistry and analytical chemistry, where he is experienced in patenting solutions nationally and internationally, representation before the Hungarian Intellectual Property Office and the European Patent Office, and drafting opinions relating to patentability. He tutors candidates to sit the European qualifying examination to become a patent attorney as part of the EQE – Candidate Support Programme.

Gábor joined Danubia Patent and Law Office in 2013 as a trainee patent attorney.
He has been a Hungarian patent attorney since 2016 and a European patent attorney since 2017.

Gábor graduated as a chemist from Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Science in 2009, where he specialised in comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography and related techniques, completing his master’s thesis in environmental analytical chemistry.

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Professional Memberships
» EPI (Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office) – EPI tutor and correspondent member of European Patent Practice Committee – Chemistry Sub-committee since 2018
» Hungarian Chamber of Patent Attorneys
» MIE (Hungarian Association for the Protection of Industrial Property and Copyright)
» LESI (Licensing Executives Society International) Hungarian Group
» AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property)
Principal Areas of Expertise
» Chemistry, chemical processes, organic chemistry (e.g. active ingredients and formulation additives in pharmaceuticals, plant protection products), human and veterinary preparations, cosmetic preparations, food products, dietary supplements, agricultural products (e.g. plant protection products), inorganic chemistry (e.g. fertilisers, cements), extracting and refining crude oil, analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry and waste recycling