Dr. Anthony Carlick, European Patent Attorney at Dennemeyer & Associates, discusses the Unified Patent Court Agreement (UPC) in light of Brexit and attempts to make some predictions.
The Dennemeyer Group announces the acquisition of “octimine technologies GmbH”, an innovative startup company based in Munich, Germany. Octimine, founded in 2015, provides cutting-edge patent searching and patent analysis technology using artificial intelligence (“AI”).
Artificial intelligence always sounds easy but, in reality, big data analysis with artificial intelligence is a lot of work. Oliver Mayer, Senior Principal at General Electric - Global Research, puts the spotlight on big data and talks about patterns in patents.
Nowadays, we would be hard pressed to find a company that does not have an online presence or, at least, does not invest in building one. Sabrina Machei, Rechtsanwältin at Dennemeyer & Associates, discusses keyword advertising with other party's trademarks and the legal assessment of their usage.
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.
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.
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.
During the Paris Innovation & IP Forum and Awards, the Dennemeyer Group was awarded the gold medal in the Best IP Advisor in Belgium and Luxembourg category.
In support of those businesses impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Dennemeyer is offering 3 months of free services to those impacted.
By 2030 the exploitation of IPR will no longer be what it is today. Technology might be the solution, but the interaction with the client is also increasing.