The 2018 Global Innovation Index ranks 126 economies and the results are based on 80 indicators which include Intellectual Property filing rates, mobile application creation, education spending and scientific and technical publications.
Following a pilot program conducted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the USPTO is considering and implementing some new procedures that will have a big effect on trademark filers, especially those belonging to foreign companies.
Dennemeyer & Associates has released its first European patent validation web application! The new app offers clients access to a method for validating a European patent in their preferred states based on a given budget.
A patentee must walk the patent gauntlet at the early stages of the commercial game and decide where to seek patent protection. Strictly speaking, this decision should be based on market data and available budget, but things are not that simple.
Starting with April 1, 2018, the European Patent Office has made a number of fee reductions for patent applications which will hopefully reinforce a more business friendly approach in support of innovation.
Best birthday wishes from Ehrlich & Fenster, Israel’s leading IP law firm and one of Dennemeyer & Associates' biggest clients and most valuable friends.
Dennemeyer is getting ready to shine at INTA’s Annual Meeting 2018! Come and meet us at booth number 249, and let us discuss the portfolio of a global full-service provider.
A contribution to the IP literature by proposing a definition of the IP service provider and three hypotheses that determine the choice for outsourced IP work.
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.
Dennemeyer’s IP Monetization service helped a company monetize a patent on an intelligent charging station for electric cars and transformed the business into a success story.
Failure to file a patent opposition within a period of nine months from the publication of the grant leaves prospective contestants with no option but to challenge the patent by individually filing for revocation in the national courts of the countries applicable.