Productivity is considered the most important determinant of long-term economic growth and income. The Global Competitiveness Index 4.0 featured in the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2018 emphasizes a newly emerging set of factors critical for productivity in the 4th Industrial Revolution.
The trend study “The Future of Intellectual Property” by the Dennemeyer Group and the trend research institute 2b AHEAD identifies trend cycles using the roadmaps, plans and expectations of trendsetting stakeholders.
The impact Brexit will have on IP law is still unclear, even today. With less than half a year to go until Brexit day, we cannot help but wonder where IP law stands.
Dennemeyer & CIE SARL a engagé Guillaume Ouvrieu en tant que nouveau Directeur Général pour renforcer sa présence locale sur le marché français de la propriété intellectuelle.
In a new video presentation, part of our Annual Meeting blog post series, Dirk Kromm, Patent Attorney (DE) and European Trademark and Design Attorney at Dennemeyer & Associates, gives a comprehensive rundown of the design filing strategy in Asia and the USA.
Künftig gibt es auch für das Management gewerblicher Schutzrechte (Intellectual Property / IP) eine DIN-Norm. Sind Sie bereit?
In recent times, national and regional patent offices have focused their efforts on the development of work-sharing tools to reduce unnecessary duplication of work and improve the efficiency of the global patent system. However, much remains to be done.
What are the requirements for registering a motion, hologram, color, sound or position trademark in Japan? Watch the video presentation of Kazuya Sekiguchi, Japanese and European patent attorney at Dennemeyer & Associates to find more.
The Dennemeyer Group consolidates its global management team with Dr. Dallas Wilkinson who will lead the offices in Australia, Japan, China and Singapore thus driving Dennemeyer's further regional expansion planned for the next years across the Asia Pacific region.
Bad luck for all imitators: The city of Munich had the colloquial name for the biggest beer fest in the world (“Wiesn”) protected by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
Michael Gollwitzer, Head of Corporate Intellectual Property Support at Siemens, makes a fascinating introduction into IP budgeting and forecasting while also explaining how different factors influence the entire process.
Goods all over the world are being sold constantly and the manufacturers recognize the need to have their products identified and differentiated from others. This is what led to brand names and ultimately to brands being protected by trademarks. Read this article to learn the difference.