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Awards
By Sevim Süzeroglu-Melchiors
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), together with INSEAD and Cornell University published the 2018 Global Innovation Index (GII).
By Roxana Sullivan
Following a pilot program conducted by the 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.
By Jan Wrede, Giuliana Wrede (law trainee at Grande Stevens in Turin)
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.
By Dennemeyer  
The validation of European patents can be very expensive.
By Robyn-Leigh Merry
These protection strategies do not only apply to trademark protection but other types of IP as well.
By Kazuya Sekiguchi
The European Patent Office announced that a number of fee reductions for patent applications have come into force on April 1, 2018.
By Sevim Süzeroglu-Melchiors
Studies focusing on the supply side of IP management, particularly on the outsourcing of patent related work, are relatively rare.
By Malte Köllner, Sebastian Deck
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.
By Christophe Van Zyl
What is the difference between trademark-infringing and counterfeit goods? Most clients perceive counterfeit goods as being simply "fake" ...
By John Walker
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.
By Dennemeyer  
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.
By Christian Köster
The patent opposition system provides a simple and inexpensive mechanism to increase patent quality by providing additional input to the process.
By John Walker
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.
By Olivier Lombardo
Following Luxembourg's 2018 budget law approval, IP owners are eagerly expecting the draft law on the new IP regime to be voted during the first trimester of 2018.
By Martin Chatel
On March 1, 2018, the validation agreement between the European Patent Office (EPO) and Cambodia will enter into force.