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.
The European Patent Office announced that a number of fee reductions for patent applications have come into force on April 1, 2018. There is no inflation increase across the board this year, but instead a selective changing of some fees which will hopefully reinforce a more business friendly approach in support of innovation.
Amit Ehrlich, Legal Counsel of Ehrlich & Fenster, a founding partner of the IP law firm Ehrlich, Neubauer and Meltzer and CEO of IPTrade, has been working with the Dennemeyer Group since the foundation of Ehrlich & Fenster in 2000. Israel’s leading IP law firm has not only become one of the most significant clients of IP law firm Dennemeyer & Associates but also used almost all of the services provided by Dennemeyer IP Solutions. More than just a business relationship.
Dennemeyer is getting ready to shine at INTA’s Annual Meeting 2018 – the world’s largest and most widely attended event in the IP industry. We are joining some of the world’s most influential IP professionals from more than 150 countries.
Studies focusing on the supply side of IP management, particularly on the outsourcing of patent related work, are relatively rare. This paper aims to contribute to the IP literature in two ways. First, a definition of the IP service provider is proposed. Second, I consider three main hypotheses that determine a firm's preference for outsourced IP work. Using data on the outsourcing of patent renewal payments, I found evidence that the choice of IP supplier is affected by: (1) the firm's own IP maintenance capabilities, (2) the firm's IP knowledge utilization, and (3) the IP complexity.
Im aktuellen IP Update erklärt Dr. Malte Köllner, Patentanwalt und Leiter der Frankfurter Niederlassung von Dennemeyer & Associates, warum amerikanische Ureinwohner die besten Freunde der US-Pharma-Unternehmen sind. Alle Clips zu allen Themen der Veranstaltung am Patentinformationszentrum (PIZ) Darmstadt gibt es wieder in unserem Blog.
What is the difference between trademark-infringing and counterfeit goods? Most clients perceive counterfeit goods as being simply "fake" because they look identical to an established product but, from a legal perspective, things are not that simple. Let us explore different views on this matter from around the world.
My best wishes go to Dennemeyer! 55 years are a long time and I want to use the opportunity of this anniversary to send a couple of thoughts together with my birthday greetings – from another perspective and, of course, from down under.
The Dennemeyer Group has entered a research partnership with CTC Legal Media, one of the most influential publishers in the IP industry, with the goal to establish a global IP expert panel and conduct regular surveys on IP megatrends. Professionals from all areas of IP management are invited to register for the expert panel and participate in the first survey.
Usually, companies want to protect their patents and trademarks to make sure that nobody else will benefit from them. But not all inventions or creations are a good fit for an in-house IP strategy. In these cases, the Dennemeyer Group might help monetize patents and trademarks.
John Walker, from Dennemeyer & Associates, examines Patent Prosecution strategies in the Asian region including the use of Australia as a platform, the judicious use of the PPH and the consideration of regional treaties.
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