An essential prerequisite for our activity as patent attorneys is the formal authorization for representing clients before national and international institutions responsible for intellectual and industrial property rights. The same applies for the full knowledge of the law. However, we are not regarding ourselves as bureaucrats, but as actors in the complex landscape of applicant – attorney – government which is characterized by multiple interests and which we know from each perspective from our own experience. Despite the strict rules of the intellectual and industrial property rights we always concentrate on the fact that the actors are humans and no machines. Nevertheless, our fondness for machines is untouched by this.