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Best birthday wishes from Ehrlich & Fenster, Israel’s leading IP law firm and one of Dennemeyer & Associates' biggest clients and most valuable friends.

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

To the ordinary consumer, trademark-infringing and counterfeit goods are simply perceived to be “fake” because they look identical to an established product but, from a legal perspective, things are not that simple.

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

Luxembourg's 2018 budget law offers a special tax incentive for certain incomes from Intellectual Property rights.

Join Dennemeyer at the United States forum series 2018. Tackling changes in intellectual property - patent and trademark management.

A fun retrospective about the world in 1962 and then a talk about how the world has changed for everybody.

Die Studie "The future of Intellectual Property" beschreibt, wie sich das Management von IP künftig verändern wird und leitet daraus Strategieoptionen ab.

The new office will assist current and future clients with protecting their IP rights in France.

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

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.

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?”

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

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.