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Dr. Christopher Brückner offers his thoughts and tips for companies from the chemical and pharmaceutical industry when dealing with SPCs.

The rise of virtual influencers could lead to real dilemmas involving IP law and a lot more.

Although DIAMS iQ is the pinnacle of Dennemeyer’s IP software, there are many other solutions designed to be provided as complementary services.

Women inventors have not always received the credit they deserve, so let us take a moment to thank five of the world’s greatest female inventors and the ones that were left out of the history books, too.

A new decade is upon us, and its first two months have veered between ordinary and chaotic. What is sure is that 2020 is primed to feature a significant number of key IP law trends.

A brief guide on all notable changes that Brexit will have on IP rights holders and the steps patents and trademark applicants may need to take. 

Discover fun facts about the most controversial Intellectual Property lawsuits of the last decade.

In the case, In re: Ron Maatita, CAFC 2017-2037, decided August 20, 2018, the CAFC held that just because an object has three dimensions, does not mean that the ornamental design aspects cannot be disclosed and judged from a two-dimensional, plan or planar-view perspective.

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.

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