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Trademark registration of works of art in public domain – reasonable grounds for rejection?

Article issued in the World Trademark Review Yearbook 2019/2020, authored by Senior Attorney Louise Thorning Ahle


Preparing an IP Portfolio for due diligence

In this article published by International Law Office, Senior Partner Tom Ekeberg shows how to ensure you can get the most out of your IP portfolio in a favourable deal.


Patents and Information Security: What's the connection?

In order to ensure that patents and trade secrets are legally protected against misuse, the way that a company handles them is important.


Update and simplification of The Danish Marketing Practices Act

The Danish Marketing Practices Act is facing its first major change since 2005


International Briefing (MIP) Aug 2016: Proactive actions against infringers

On July 22 2016 the much-anticipated report on the business models behind online infringements of IP rights was published by the EUIPO.


International Briefing (MIP) Feb 2016: Update regarding employee inventions in Sweden

The new agreement, commonly known as The Inventor Agreement, applies to employee inventions reported to the employer as of December 1 2015.


International Briefing (MIP) April 2016: Attorney-client privilege for patent attorneys in Sweden

Since 2010 Sweden has a law that stipulates attorney-client privilege for authorised Swedish patent attorneys. 


International Briefing (MIP) Sept 2015: Patenting in Greenland and the Faroe Islands

Neither Greenland nor the Faroe Islands are signatories of the European Patent Convention, despite Denmark being a member. 


International Briefing (MIP) Dec 2015: Patent pledges now registrable

It is now possible to establish a pledge in patents, patent applications and patent licences in Norway.


International Briefing (MIP) Jan 2016: Harmonisation of validation formalities in 2015

Major steps towards full harmonisation of validation formalities in Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway regarding translation requirements and payment of fixed fees.

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