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In this insightful webinar, Dr. Sven Gensler and Dr. Dallas Wilkinson focus on the APAC region and discuss how you can use your intangible assets as liquidity levers and collaterals, to generate cash.

 

Focus topics covered in this webinar are:

 

  • APAC introduction
  • IP valuation supports many business decisions
  • IP backed financing
  • The three main pillars of valuation
  • Valuation approaches and methods – pros & cons
  • Valuation factors influencing the monetary value
  • Reference cases

 Watch the recording now!

 

In this insightful webinar, Dr. Sven Gensler and Dr. Dallas Wilkinson focus on the APAC region and discuss how you can use your intangible assets as liquidity levers and collaterals, to generate cash.

 

Focus topics covered in this webinar are:

 

  • APAC introduction
  • IP valuation supports many business decisions
  • IP backed financing
  • The three main pillars of valuation
  • Valuation approaches and methods – pros & cons
  • Valuation factors influencing the monetary value
  • Reference cases

 Watch the recording now!

 

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In this 40-minute webinar, Dan Bikus will discuss patent annuities with Jen Hoffman, Dennemeyer’s Head of Patent Annuities, US. Together they will provide some background on what is going on in the patent annuity industry as a whole.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • Patent annuities – an industry in flux
  • Common RFP mistakes and how to avoid them
  • How to audit your invoices to find out what you’re really paying for patent annuities

 Watch now!

In this 40-minute webinar, Dan Bikus will discuss patent annuities with Jen Hoffman, Dennemeyer’s Head of Patent Annuities, US. Together they will provide some background on what is going on in the patent annuity industry as a whole.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • Patent annuities – an industry in flux
  • Common RFP mistakes and how to avoid them
  • How to audit your invoices to find out what you’re really paying for patent annuities

 Watch now!

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The latest edition of the World Trademark Review 1000 – The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals rated Dennemeyer & Associates as one of the world’s leading IP law firms in Benelux, Croatia and Russia. The research was conducted over four months by a team of full-time analysts who undertook face-to-face and telephone interviews with hundreds of lawyers and attorneys across the globe. As with all previous editions, various factors were taken into account when compiling the rankings, but only the best of the trademark scene ultimately made the cut.

With offices all around the world, Dennemeyer & Associates has a unique position among WTR 1000-recommended trademark service providers. Being recognized for the ability to provide “an all-encompassing trademark offering through all stages of a trademark lifecycle,” sets the well-oiled global machine apart from the crowd. In Benelux, there is an increase in competition over the prosecution market, but also more fluidity between litigators and agents. Leading the trademark team in Luxembourg, Olivier Lombardo is “a seasoned professional who carves a niche for himself when it comes to the automobile, fashion and food-processing industries.”

In Croatia, the implementation of the EU Trademarks Directive (2015/2436) into national law has been a key talking point, and practitioners seem excited about the opportunities that these changes represent. According to the WTR 1000 international directory, “Dennemeyer delivers top-notch IP services at a reasonable rate and strikes the perfect balance between quality and cost” in this country, with practitioners able to provide succinct advice underpinned by deep local IP expertise. Heading the Zagreb office, Tomislav Hadzija receives enthusiastic praise from the market: “Tom is extremely knowledgeable, incredibly responsive and easy to work with.”

On the other hand, the Russian IP scene is dominated by the pending establishment of a Eurasian trademark system and parallel imports. There is hope that 2020 will be the year in which Russian businesses will be able to register a trademark covering Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia – a significant and long-awaited development. A recent recruit in the Russian office, Larisa Lysenko is “an excellent fit at Dennemeyer – her ability to deliver refined trademark counsel in four European languages complements the internationally-focused IP firm perfectly.”

The WTR 1000 was published in January 2020 with the research for the next edition starting in April 2020.

The latest edition of the World Trademark Review 1000 – The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals rated Dennemeyer & Associates as one of the world’s leading IP law firms in Benelux, Croatia and Russia. The research was conducted over four months by a team of full-time analysts who undertook face-to-face and telephone interviews with hundreds of lawyers and attorneys across the globe. As with all previous editions, various factors were taken into account when compiling the rankings, but only the best of the trademark scene ultimately made the cut.

With offices all around the world, Dennemeyer & Associates has a unique position among WTR 1000-recommended trademark service providers. Being recognized for the ability to provide “an all-encompassing trademark offering through all stages of a trademark lifecycle,” sets the well-oiled global machine apart from the crowd. In Benelux, there is an increase in competition over the prosecution market, but also more fluidity between litigators and agents. Leading the trademark team in Luxembourg, Olivier Lombardo is “a seasoned professional who carves a niche for himself when it comes to the automobile, fashion and food-processing industries.”

In Croatia, the implementation of the EU Trademarks Directive (2015/2436) into national law has been a key talking point, and practitioners seem excited about the opportunities that these changes represent. According to the WTR 1000 international directory, “Dennemeyer delivers top-notch IP services at a reasonable rate and strikes the perfect balance between quality and cost” in this country, with practitioners able to provide succinct advice underpinned by deep local IP expertise. Heading the Zagreb office, Tomislav Hadzija receives enthusiastic praise from the market: “Tom is extremely knowledgeable, incredibly responsive and easy to work with.”

On the other hand, the Russian IP scene is dominated by the pending establishment of a Eurasian trademark system and parallel imports. There is hope that 2020 will be the year in which Russian businesses will be able to register a trademark covering Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia – a significant and long-awaited development. A recent recruit in the Russian office, Larisa Lysenko is “an excellent fit at Dennemeyer – her ability to deliver refined trademark counsel in four European languages complements the internationally-focused IP firm perfectly.”

The WTR 1000 was published in January 2020 with the research for the next edition starting in April 2020.

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In this Webinar, Simon Wolff will show how DIAMS iQ can help you manage your IP Portfolio in the most efficient way.

Learn how to

  • Explore easy yet powerful searches across all modules and due dates
  • View multilingual interfaces with full Unicode support
  • Drag & drop any documents and e-mails in addition to splitting e-mails
  • Learn about integrated worldwide country law for better due dates management
  • Explore numerous reporting options such as the generation of asynchronous reports with a scheduler for automatic receipts

 Watch the recording now!

In this Webinar, Simon Wolff will show how DIAMS iQ can help you manage your IP Portfolio in the most efficient way.

Learn how to

  • Explore easy yet powerful searches across all modules and due dates
  • View multilingual interfaces with full Unicode support
  • Drag & drop any documents and e-mails in addition to splitting e-mails
  • Learn about integrated worldwide country law for better due dates management
  • Explore numerous reporting options such as the generation of asynchronous reports with a scheduler for automatic receipts

 Watch the recording now!

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IP Blog

  • How intelligent is your Intellectual Property intelligence?

    <div class="hs-featured-image-wrapper"> <a href="https://blog.dennemeyer.com/how-intelligent-is-your-intellectual-property-intelligence" title="" class="hs-featured-image-link"> <img src="https://blog.dennemeyer.com/hubfs/blog/img/How%20intelligent%20is%20your%20Intellectual%20Property%20intelligence/How-intelligent-is-your-Intellectual-Property-intelligence.jpg" alt="How intelligent is your Intellectual Property intelligence?" class="hs-featured-image"></a> </div> <p><em>Analyzing competitor activities and being well-informed of innovative new technologies is essential to a good Intellectual Property (IP) strategy. A high level of infringement protection and avoiding costly parallel developments are two goals of professional patent monitoring. It is important to ensure that there is no infringement of third-party IP rights while simultaneously monitoring the patent activities of competitors that affect your business. Superior technological insights and identification of trends will support the company's research and development (R&amp;D) activities and strategy. Data quality and actuality are crucial factors required to achieve these ambitious goals but are not the only challenges that need to be overcome.</em></p> <img src="https://track.hubspot.com/__ptq.gif?a=2093377&amp;k=14&amp;r=https%3A%2F%2Fblog.dennemeyer.com%2Fhow-intelligent-is-your-intellectual-property-intelligence&amp;bu=https%253A%252F%252Fblog.dennemeyer.com&amp;bvt=rss" alt="" width="1" height="1">

    Patents, IP outsourcing, Consulting

    27 November 2020, 4:13 pm

    Johannes Herbert | ,

  • COVID-19 and Intellectual Property's role in facilitating vaccine access

    <div class="hs-featured-image-wrapper"> <a href="https://blog.dennemeyer.com/covid-19-and-intellectual-propertys-role-in-facilitating-vaccine-access" title="" class="hs-featured-image-link"> <img src="https://blog.dennemeyer.com/hubfs/blog/img/COVID-19%20and%20Intellectual%20Property%20role%20in%20facilitating%20vaccine%20access/COVID-19-and-Intellectual-Propertys-role-in-facilitating-vaccine-access.jpg" alt="COVID-19 and Intellectual Property's role in facilitating vaccine access" class="hs-featured-image"></a> </div> <p><em>The year 2020 commenced in much the same way as most years do, but it quickly became apparent that the world needed to brace for the unexpected. As 2020 nears its close, COVID-19 remains a significant threat in nearly every corner of the world. It has become clear that Intellectual Property issues may have a considerable role to play in the accessibility of forthcoming vaccines.</em></p> <img src="https://track.hubspot.com/__ptq.gif?a=2093377&amp;k=14&amp;r=https%3A%2F%2Fblog.dennemeyer.com%2Fcovid-19-and-intellectual-propertys-role-in-facilitating-vaccine-access&amp;bu=https%253A%252F%252Fblog.dennemeyer.com&amp;bvt=rss" alt="" width="1" height="1">

    Industry News, Patents, Law firm Services

    24 November 2020, 11:28 am

    rmerry@dennemeyer-law.com (Robyn-Leigh Merry),

  • Strategies patent defendants use to avoid injunctions

    <div class="hs-featured-image-wrapper"> <a href="https://blog.dennemeyer.com/strategies-patent-defendants-use-to-avoid-injunctions" title="" class="hs-featured-image-link"> <img src="https://blog.dennemeyer.com/hubfs/blog/img/Strategies%20patent%20defendants%20use%20to%20avoid%20injunctions/Strategies-patent-defendants-use-to-avoid-injunctions.jpg" alt="Strategies patent defendants use to avoid injunctions" class="hs-featured-image"></a> </div> <p><em><span>Facing the threat of a patent lawsuit can quickly throw a company into uncomfortable and uncharted waters. Even if your legal team is confident that it can vindicate your legal rights, there is plenty of reasonable concern about how such allegations can significantly alter your prospects and the ability to conduct your business.</span></em></p> <img src="https://track.hubspot.com/__ptq.gif?a=2093377&amp;k=14&amp;r=https%3A%2F%2Fblog.dennemeyer.com%2Fstrategies-patent-defendants-use-to-avoid-injunctions&amp;bu=https%253A%252F%252Fblog.dennemeyer.com&amp;bvt=rss" alt="" width="1" height="1">

    Patents, Law firm Services

    20 November 2020, 4:39 pm

    sshape@dennemeyer-law.com (Steven Shape),

  • Trademark everything: The not-so-secret world of celebrity IP

    <div class="hs-featured-image-wrapper"> <a href="https://blog.dennemeyer.com/trademark-everything-the-not-so-secret-world-of-celebrity-ip" title="" class="hs-featured-image-link"> <img src="https://blog.dennemeyer.com/hubfs/blog/img/The%20not-so-secret%20world%20of%20celebrity%20IP/The-not-so-secret-world-of-celebrity-IP.jpg" alt="Trademark everything: The not-so-secret world of celebrity IP" class="hs-featured-image"></a> </div> <p><em>Celebrities know the power of branding and the benefits it brings, but they also tend to be a bit quirky. They trademark some weird stuff and have even stranger reasons for doing so. However, being a superstar does not necessarily get them past the trademark office, which ultimately has the last word on an application. With that in mind, let us have a look at some of the bizarre things that famous people have tried to and sometimes succeeded in trademarking.</em></p> <img src="https://track.hubspot.com/__ptq.gif?a=2093377&amp;k=14&amp;r=https%3A%2F%2Fblog.dennemeyer.com%2Ftrademark-everything-the-not-so-secret-world-of-celebrity-ip&amp;bu=https%253A%252F%252Fblog.dennemeyer.com&amp;bvt=rss" alt="" width="1" height="1">

    Trademarks

    16 November 2020, 2:19 pm

    info@dennemeyer-law.com (Dennemeyer &amp; Associates),

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