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When it comes to the protection of technological innovation, many factors come into play, but the question is: to patent or to keep it as a trade secret?

Geographical indications may not receive the most fanfare among different forms of Intellectual Property, but they are crucial to discerning consumers.

A recent WIPO report on the geography of innovation found that more nations are joining the ranks of the world's top innovation hubs, with surprising results.

Smart inventors know that Christmas products sell, so this time of year is a time of great innovation and clever inventions.

Patent trolls are not the only companies engaging in patent aggregation. Many electronics companies with production capabilities also pursue these types of activities.

Help us donate to global reforestation programs! All you have to do is participate in the IP Quiz, and, for each correct answer, Dennemeyer will donate €2 to support the fight against climate change.

As all innovators will tell you, the trouble with any new project is finding the right information. But humans were not the first to work with information and data analysis.

Continuing Dennemeyer's glocal approach, the De Simone brand will remain the face of the Italian market while serving as a gateway to Dennemeyer's international legal and administrative backbone. 

Today, trademarks can be vigorously defended in court, but it was not always the case. Let us wander back for a bit and marvel at how trademarks have transformed and evolved over time.

The rights afforded to inventors through patent protection make Patent Filing a very valuable proposition for companies of all sizes. However, the process of obtaining a patent is often fraught with fees and costs that can be intimidating.

Does the European Regulation on Supplementary Protection Certificates still meet today's technological requirements? Dr. Christopher Brückner, from Dennemeyer & Associates, weights in.

The results of IP Trend Monitor's 2019 edition are in! Read the full report to learn which types of work are more likely to be affected, what adjustments will be required and how we can prepare for an AI future. 

Recently, one legal team has pressured patent offices around the world to answer one question: Can artificial intelligence systems patent their own inventions? Dr. Malte Köllner, Head of Dennemeyer’s Frankfurt office weighs in.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of that groundbreaking Apollo mission, and to celebrate, we are taking a look at some of the patents and inventions that NASA has developed over the years.

In 2014, Jan Wrede, Managing Director, Dennemeyer & Associates UAE and Attorney-at-Law (Germany, Italy), opened the Dennemeyer Dubai Office, focusing on IP in the whole MENA region. Find out more about him in this month's Associate Spotlight.