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.
Looking back at how cyber crime evolved over the past few years, safeguarding sensitive data against the growing number of online and natural threats has become critical. 2017 has been a year of unprecedented cyber attacks in terms of impact, rate of spread and global scale.
How are you tackling the myriad of changes in IP? Dennemeyer is hosting a series of forums across the United States to facilitate discussion around strategic IP issues and how leading IP practitioners and departments are successfully tackling them.
Happy Birthday, Dennemeyer, you look pretty good for 55! I thought it would be fun to talk about what made the world go round in 1962, when Dennemeyer was founded, and how everything changed since then. I will start with some personal observations and then analyze how the IP industry and Dennemeyer evolved over the past decades.
The system for validating patents can be used by European applicants to streamline filing processes globally and generate efficiency gains in other areas, as Martin Chatel of Dennemeyer & Associates reports.
The definition for “computer-implemented invention” has changed over the years to include computers, computer networks or other programmable apparatus, whereby at least one feature is realized by means of a program or (several) programs. As an EPO professional and following my work with Dennemeyer Consulting, I have gained a lot of insights about the hurdles inventors face when trying to patent-protect their computer-implemented products and what strategy would best avoid them.
The first edition of the Innovation & IP Forum and Awards held in Paris on January 23, 2018 gathered 400 participants from all over the world, 60 international speakers and 80 jury members for the two award ceremonies. The Dennemeyer Group was awarded a gold medal for the Best IP Advisor in Belgium and Luxembourg category.