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The European Patent Office has issued decision G 1/16 on the allowability of undisclosed disclaimers introduced into a patent claim.

We wish you a happy and prosperous 2018. Thank you for choosing the Dennemeyer blog in 2017. This fantastic year was only made possible by readers like you!

A wonderful analysis on how Dennemeyer has become over the 55 years of existence, one of the most powerful IP entities on the global market.

Dennemeyer is celebrating 30 years of excellence on the Japanese market. Mr. Futoshi Anouma is sharing the story behind the success of the Japanese office.

The European Court of Justice issued a decision to restrict the selective distribution contracts that concerns the preservation of the image of luxury brands.

This year Dennemeyer donates 2€ to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for each correct answer given in our IP Christmas Quiz. You play, we pay!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Amber Halteman / November 23, 2017

Today, we are appreciating the many things we are thankful for: our customers, readers and colleagues for helping to make Dennemeyer a success for 55 years.

World Bank GDP data for 2017 for the Asia Pacific region illustrates the enormous diversity in GDP, and thus market, and in turn trademark considerations.

Kazuya Sekiguchi and Martin Chatel shed light on possible benefits for European patent applicants seeking to protect their innovation beyond the European market

United States design patent law changes have streamlined international design patent application filing and the issuance of design patent protection worldwide.

In the information and knowledge age, Intellectual Property is a dominant force in commercial transactions comprising M&A and joint venture formation.

As a law firm in Singapore active in IP, you will be confronted with one question: “How can we effectively and efficiently manage our clients’ IP portfolio?”

South Africa's depository patent system merely examines patent applications for compliance with the requisite formalities deemed necessary for the patent grant.

Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) ruled en banc on the validity of patent claims in post grant review proceedings at the PTAB.

Video zum neuen „IP Update“ von Dr. Malte Köllner (Dennemeyer & Associates) am Patentinformationszentrum (PIZ) Darmstadt.