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After 50 years, we still cannot help but ask ourselves if having an international application will be enough to lead to a patent in most jurisdictions.

In an unpredictably evolving society and economy, the assurance of protection for your inventive labor is a precious commodity.

Summer is the best time of the year! Would it be quite so good, though, without the many inventions that make summer fun, well, fun?

Discover the role that AI technologies can play in patents and how they can support and enhance the work of patent professionals.

Welcome to the world of DIAMS iQ! Find out which are its top 10 features and how you can use the software to manage your IP portfolio efficiently.

The new joint software solution aims to bridge the gap between research & development and Intellectual Property.

Saving money sounds like a good idea, but there are many horror stories about firms that have lost essential patent rights after missing a payment date.

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

Discover the top reasons why you should be using Dennemeyer Octimine over other semantic patent search software.

The USPTO is trying to be especially mindful of the outsized impact of the coronavirus crisis on small businesses and independent inventors. 

Everybody active in R&D knows that there are situations when evolution becomes stuck along the way in what we call the innovation gap.

Delve into the foundations of conflict between antitrust protections and IP law - and how they could better support each other going forward.

Find out how to select the best IP management software solution for your business and download our comprehensive white paper. 

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.

The German Constitutional Court delivered another blow to the hopes of those still wishing for an early start of the unitary patent system.

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