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According to Wipo’s statistics for the year 2015, the African continent was the recipient of approx. 0.5 percent of the world’s patent filings in that year.

Our autumn series is discussing various strategic and legal aspects of Intellectual Property protection. Join us to find out more about protecting your assets.

Lawyer Monthly spoke with Dr. Richard Brunner about how technology and blockchain will disrupt the protection of Intellectual Property.

Dennemeyer professionals set some guidelines to help the players of the startup environment navigate their business through shallow and treacherous IP waters.

In support of those businesses impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Dennemeyer is offering 3 months of free services to those impacted.

Ask the iQ expert

Matthew Bashor / August 16, 2017

Updating intellectual property records is tedious work. Luckily, if you're using DIAMS iQ, there is a more elegant solution - the DIAMS iQ's batch update tool.

Brazil is notorious for the long pendency of patent application. The average amount of time for patents to be issued with two office actions is over 12-14 years

Opposition procedures before the EPO and the JPO have enough differences to put even experienced professionals in difficulty. Read more (in English & Japanese).

Dr. Malte Köllner from Dennemeyer & Associates has again been selected among Germany’s best lawyers 2017.

The new branch office assists our existing clients with protecting their IP rights in Africa.

“Thinking outside the confines of the continental map”, discover how validation agreements might re-shape the world of European patent applications.

In an effort to support Turkey implement a successful inventor remuneration system, Dr. Malte Köllner presented to TÜSIAD members the German system.

Discover how Article 4 (1) (e) of Directive (EU) 2015/2436 amended the absolute grounds for the refusal of a sign.

The world’s leading full-service provider for the IP industry, The Dennemeyer Group, presents a brand new look at INTA 2017, May 20-24.

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.