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The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), together with INSEAD and Cornell University published the 2018 Global Innovation Index (GII)[1]. This is the 11th edition of the index which is to serve as a tool to assist decision makers with understanding innovative activity that propels economic and human development.

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Following a pilot program conducted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the USPTO is considering and implementing some new procedures that will have a big effect on trademark filers, especially those belonging to foreign companies.

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Nomen est omen: living up to their name, trade secrets have long played a somewhat shadowy existence if compared to their counter fellows in Intellectual Property, especially the mighty patents. Nevertheless, the evident commercial advantages of keeping certain business methods undisclosed warrants a closer look at the current state of the art.

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Dennemeyer & Associates is pleased to announce the release of its first European patent validation web application.

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The new webinar series is here! Find out more about trending topics such as the impact of blockchain technology in IP, how to keep your recordal on track or how to apply lifetime learning in the management of IP. Please see below a list of our current thought leadership online events:

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It is critical for organizations to make wise patenting decisions to protect themselves from gross infringements and costly disputes. Robyn-Leigh Merry, Partner at Dennemeyer & Associates South Africa, elaborates.

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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.

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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.   

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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.

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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.

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