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Dennemeyer & Associates Dubai and the University of Sharjah are looking forward to building a strong partnership for the improvement of Intellectual Property in United Arab Emirates.

During an informal meeting on May 9th, 2017, members of Dennemeyer & Associates Dubai met high representatives from the University of Sharjah, UAE, to discuss about innovation and IP. The UoS was founded in 1997 by the ruler of Sharjah, HH Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi, and is by now the largest University in the UAE. We were impressed by the achievements made and the University’s profound focus on R&D in all technical fields.

Dennemeyer is looking forward to partner with the University and work together to the improvement of Intellectual Property in the area. As a first initiative, Dennemeyer will hold a seminar on IP at the UoS, including notions about their “innovation box”, which shall raise the IP awareness on the campus and give guidelines to future inventors among the students and teachers. We foresee more great projects to come in the near future and are grateful for the opportunity of working together with the prestigious University of Sharjah.

 Attached you can see a picture from the meeting between the Dennemeyer & Associates and UoS representatives.

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From left to right: Mr. Khalid Elkhabir (Head of Patent Dept. DAAE), Dr. Chaouki Ghenai (Chair of Research Funding Department), Dr. Khaled Besbes (Coordinator of Research Support Services), Prof. Maamar Bettayeb (Vice Chancellor for Research & Graduate Studies), Jan Wrede (Director of DAAE), Prof. Taleb Al Tal (Director of Research Institute of Medical & Health Sciences), Prof. Abdalla El-Mneizel (Director of Research Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences); behind the camera: Ms. Noha Shaikh Al-Ard (Pat Dept. DAAE).

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Celebrating its continuous presence at INTA, Dennemeyer has had a special event prepared for its clients: an awesome adventure at sea!

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Before this year’s INTA, Dennemeyer invited its clients to a wonderful adventure at sea. The Dennemeyer pre-INTA sailing regatta, a sailing trip on the shores of Barcelona, was met by calm seas and fair winds. 15 sailing boats and one rib boat were waiting for Dennemeyer's clients.

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After the sailing regatta, Dennemeyer and its guests continued the fun Saturday evening at the Boo Beach Club where everybody had the opportunity to network over delicious barbeque and excellent drinks.

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Visit us at our INTA booth and discover Dennemeyer’s new look.

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Space, the final frontier! Well, not anymore, because thanks to a group of 6 9th grade students from Brasov, Romania, we will be able to survive in space. Not very soon, but give them some time and they will make it possible.

This year’s NASA Ames Space Settlement Contest for space colonization has seen a great deal of incredible projects. 6000 kids ranging from 7th to 12th grade have battled for a place on the prestigious NASA podium, but only a few made it.

Heosphoros, the Romanian team, has placed on the 1st place for kids in the 9th grade, winning with their space station located in the Lagrangian point L4. The 6 9 graders are all from Andrei Saguna National College, and are coordinated by their Physics teacher, Mrs. Carmen Tanasescu. The kids are: Alexandra Băitanu, Diana Maria Chichernea, Elena Isaia, Iulia Kis, Alexandru Matei Rădulescu and Mihai Alexandru Bîscă.

But it’s a long way from Romania to the United States, where the children are supposed to give a presentation to the world most prestigious minds, meet Nobel prize winners and accept their award. That is why Dennemeyer has decided to support their project and sponsor their trip and presentation to St Louis, Missouri.

Space, the final frontier! Well, not anymore, because thanks to a group of 6 9th grade students from Brasov, Romania, we will be able to survive in space. Not very soon, but give them some time and they will make it possible.

This year’s NASA Ames Space Settlement Contest for space colonization has seen a great deal of incredible projects. 6000 kids ranging from 7th to 12th grade have battled for a place on the prestigious NASA podium, but only a few made it.

Heosphoros, the Romanian team, has placed on the 1st place for kids in the 9th grade, winning with their space station located in the Lagrangian point L4. The 6 9 graders are all from Andrei Saguna National College, and are coordinated by their Physics teacher, Mrs. Carmen Tanasescu. The kids are: Alexandra Băitanu, Diana Maria Chichernea, Elena Isaia, Iulia Kis, Alexandru Matei Rădulescu and Mihai Alexandru Bîscă.

But it’s a long way from Romania to the United States, where the children are supposed to give a presentation to the world most prestigious minds, meet Nobel prize winners and accept their award. That is why Dennemeyer has decided to support their project and sponsor their trip and presentation to St Louis, Missouri.

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After wrapping up the final of our IP Christmas Quiz championship yesterday, we are thrilled to congratulate the winner: Singapore-based patent attorney Ken Simpson from MasterCard Asia Pacific. He wins the iPad Mini with an impressive score of 12.770 points.

Dr. Reinhold Nowak, CEO of the Dennemeyer Group, states: “Congratulations to the winner, as well as to everyone who helped make the Christmas edition of our IP Quiz a great success for the second time.” Dr. Robert Fichter, Director of Dennemeyer & Associates, adds: “The questions of our quiz were really tough. Congratulations to our players for their impressive achievements – we are proud to announce that the quiz created a total donation amount of 13.398 euros to Doctors Without Borders.”

Beside the money donated through the Dennemeyer IP Christmas Quiz, we also contributed to charitable causes in Romania: Dennemeyer IP Solutions Romania donated 11.000 euros to “Hospice Casa Sperantei”, a foundation that offers palliative care for the elderly, as well as for patients affected by terminal or life-limiting illnesses and counseling and support services to their families. The Romanian subsidiary of IP law firm Dennemeyer & Associates donated 17.000 euros to Save the Children Romania as part of our commitment to support the education and acquisition of high tech equipment for children.

Altogether the Dennemeyer Group donated more than 40.000 euros to various charity projects. Thanks to all who helped us make it possible!

After wrapping up the final of our IP Christmas Quiz championship yesterday, we are thrilled to congratulate the winner: Singapore-based patent attorney Ken Simpson from MasterCard Asia Pacific. He wins the iPad Mini with an impressive score of 12.770 points.

Dr. Reinhold Nowak, CEO of the Dennemeyer Group, states: “Congratulations to the winner, as well as to everyone who helped make the Christmas edition of our IP Quiz a great success for the second time.” Dr. Robert Fichter, Director of Dennemeyer & Associates, adds: “The questions of our quiz were really tough. Congratulations to our players for their impressive achievements – we are proud to announce that the quiz created a total donation amount of 13.398 euros to Doctors Without Borders.”

Beside the money donated through the Dennemeyer IP Christmas Quiz, we also contributed to charitable causes in Romania: Dennemeyer IP Solutions Romania donated 11.000 euros to “Hospice Casa Sperantei”, a foundation that offers palliative care for the elderly, as well as for patients affected by terminal or life-limiting illnesses and counseling and support services to their families. The Romanian subsidiary of IP law firm Dennemeyer & Associates donated 17.000 euros to Save the Children Romania as part of our commitment to support the education and acquisition of high tech equipment for children.

Altogether the Dennemeyer Group donated more than 40.000 euros to various charity projects. Thanks to all who helped us make it possible!

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    <div> <a href="http://blog.dennemeyer.com/validation-agreements-a-game-changer-for-european-patent-applicants" title=""> <img src="http://blog.dennemeyer.com/hubfs/blog/img/Validation%20agreement/Validation-agreements-header-2.jpg?t=1498575834201" alt="Validation agreements: a game changer for European patent applicants?"></a> </div> <p><em>&ldquo;Thinking outside the confines of the continental map&rdquo;. In the beginning of 2015, Beno&icirc;t Battistelli, President of the European Patent Office (EPO), unequivocally set the scene for the coming years. The priorities shall not be limited to finalizing the last details for the launch of the unitary patent in order to strengthen further the European patent system. Much remains to be done with respect to the global patent system, in terms of removing duplication of work, increasing work-sharing and harmonizing rules.</em></p>

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    19 June 2017, 7:47 am

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    13 June 2017, 11:51 am

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  • Explaining the (in-)explainable addition of the words “Another Characteristic” in the new EU trademark law

    <div> <a href="http://blog.dennemeyer.com/explaining-the-in-explainable-addition-of-the-words-another-characteristic-in-the-new-eu-trademark-law" title=""> <img src="http://blog.dennemeyer.com/hubfs/blog/img/OLO_Explaining-the-in-explainable.jpg?t=1498575834201" alt="Explaining the (in-)explainable addition of the words &ldquo;Another Characteristic&rdquo; in the new EU trademark law"></a> </div> <p><em>The question that we address in this article is if the deliberate insertion by the legislature of the words &ldquo;another characteristic&rdquo; would indicate a purposeful change in the scope of what is per se excluded for registration as a trademark on absolute grounds. Was it necessary to add the words &ldquo;another characteristic&rdquo; to Article 4 (1) (e) considering that, even prior to the new Directive, marks that per se consisted exclusively of &ldquo;other characteristics&rdquo; of goods were excluded from registration? We wonder how could the addition of the words &ldquo;or another characteristic&rdquo; in Article 4(1) (e) be explained and what are the practical implications?</em></p>

    English, Industry News, Legal Services, Trademarks, Press Article

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  • Dennemeyer presents new brand at INTA 2017 in Barcelona

    <div> <a href="http://blog.dennemeyer.com/dennemeyer-presents-new-brand-at-inta-2017-in-barcelona" title=""> <img src="http://blog.dennemeyer.com/hubfs/blog/img/website_refresh-announcement.jpg?t=1498575834201" alt="Dennemeyer presents new brand at INTA 2017 in Barcelona"></a> </div> <p><em>The world&rsquo;s leading full-service provider for the IP industry, The Dennemeyer Group, presents a brand new look at INTA 2017, May 20-24. Dennemeyer&rsquo;s stand at INTA 2017 in Barcelona shows a new concept of corporate design in which the three pillars of the Dennemeyer Group - Dennemeyer IP Solutions, Dennemeyer &amp; Associates, and Dennemeyer Consulting - are united under a single umbrella brand. </em></p>

    English, Press releases, Events, Company News

    17 May 2017, 9:03 am

    info@dennemeyer.com (Dennemeyer Group)

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