The first IP Trend Monitor study, which focused on the impact of digitalization on the management of IP, has been finalized.
As the docketing industry has evolved, customers’ demands have also expanded. Dennemeyer's Russell Baylin, Docketing Services Manager for North America, writes about the 6 things to consider when selecting a Docketing service.
The Dennemeyer Group announces the acquisition of “octimine technologies GmbH”, an innovative startup company based in Munich, Germany. Octimine, founded in 2015, provides cutting-edge patent searching and patent analysis technology using artificial intelligence (“AI”).
The trend study “The Future of Intellectual Property” by the Dennemeyer Group and the trend research institute 2b AHEAD identifies trend cycles using the roadmaps, plans and expectations of trendsetting stakeholders.
Dennemeyer & CIE SARL a engagé Guillaume Ouvrieu en tant que nouveau Directeur Général pour renforcer sa présence locale sur le marché français de la propriété intellectuelle.
Künftig gibt es auch für das Management gewerblicher Schutzrechte (Intellectual Property / IP) eine DIN-Norm. Sind Sie bereit?
In recent times, national and regional patent offices have focused their efforts on the development of work-sharing tools to reduce unnecessary duplication of work and improve the efficiency of the global patent system. However, much remains to be done.
Michael Gollwitzer, Head of Corporate Intellectual Property Support at Siemens, makes a fascinating introduction into IP budgeting and forecasting while also explaining how different factors influence the entire process.
Do you believe that blockchain is here to save the future of IP management? In an engaging presentation, Dr. Richard Brunner, Chief Legal Officer of the Dennemeyer Group, discusses the impact of blockchain technology on Intellectual Property.
IP Trend Monitor, a survey panel created by the Dennemeyer Group and CTC Legal Media, announces the launch of its registration panel with the purpose of conducting regular surveys on megatrends in the IP industry.
The Dennemeyer Group successfully completed the transition from ISO 9001: 2008 certification for quality management to ISO 9001:2015.
Stefan Rautenberg - Global Head of Business Development at Dennemeyer - describes the evolution of the IP industry and how Dennemeyer stays ahead of the curve.