Dennemeyer Group, originally founded as a patent law firm in Luxembourg, has been setting benchmarks for all services and software solutions in the IP sector for over 50 years. Dennemeyer evolved very rapidly into a global full-service provider for the protection and management of intellectual property rights.
This winter, help us donate to clean our oceans by participating in Dennemeyer’s IP Quiz. The money generated in this campaign will be donated to the World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) to support their goal for nature to be plastic-free by 2030. For each correct answer given in our IP Quiz, Dennemeyer will donate €2 to the WWF. Participants have the chance to take the championship and win a laptop made of environmentally-friendly resources.
Dr. Christopher Brückner joins the international IP law firm Dennemeyer & Associates in Munich and brings in his expertise in the areas of chemical, pharmaceutical and biotech matters, as well as European patent and trademark law.
The core results of IP Trend Monitor’s first survey show that the IP industry is on an ascending trajectory, growing fast in all segments, and has China leading the way, closely followed by Europe (including Scandinavia) and USA/Canada, which rank on the second and third place. Digitalization is considered the main industry megatrend.
When selecting a docketing service, most customers demand uncompromising quality and experienced staff with deep domain experience. There are a few companies, including Dennemeyer, that provide the quality and knowledge that customers demand. However, as the docketing industry has evolved, customers’ demands have also expanded to include:
By the end of March 2019, United Kingdom is due to leave the European Union, but with four months to go until Brexit day, Intellectual Property matters seem to be far, far down the negotiation list. So, where does that leave us with the Unified Patent Court Agreement (UPC)? Dr. Anthony Carlick, European Patent Attorney at Dennemeyer & Associates, tackles this complex subject and attempts to make some predictions.
Das letzte IP Update von Dr. Malte Köllner zu aktuellen Entwicklungen in der Welt der gewerblichen Schutzrechte, fand wieder in Kooperation Patentinformationszentrum (PIZ) Darmstadt statt. Die Location war neu: Zum ersten Mal trafen sich die Freunde des gewerblichen Rechtsschutzes im Technologie- und Gründerzentrum HUB 31 in Darmstadt.