Everyday IP: How the Winter Olympics protects its branding
Keeping the branding of the Beijing Winter Olympics protected requires collaboration between China's IP authorities and the International Olympic Committee.
Your go-to guide to patent renewals
Receiving a patent grant is more than half the battle, but maintaining the exclusive rights to your invention for as long as possible is not as straightforward as might be imagined.
Can an AI think like an IP professional?
Discover what modern methodologies can offer your company and unlock your IP team's full potential.
EP Validation through Dennemeyer & Associates’ lens
Discover some of the critical issues that arise and how you can better manage the EP validation process.
Trademark protection for the European shoe manufacturing industry
In terms of shoe branding Europe presents some intriguing opportunities, but is not without challenges.
Everyday IP: Protecting the identity of Champagne
The uniquely French identity of Champagne wines is protected by the appellation of origin system, a critical safeguard for culinary Intellectual Property.
Six Christmas IP stocking fillers
Stick on your red hat, pull up your stockings and join us as we explore six intriguing tidbits from the land of Christmas copyrights, trademarks and patents.
Why freedom to operate is essential for startups
Freedom to operate is a crucial step, especially for startup companies and those seeking external funding.
Facebook's 'Meta' transformation and the complexity of rebranding
Facebook's rebrand as Meta serves as an effective illustration of how complex the process can be and the Intellectual Property implications it may hold.
Intellectual Property considerations when expanding to the United Arab Emirates
When entering a new market, it is vital to carefully analyze all aspects of Intellectual Property (IP) that may be involved.
UK consultation on AI in copyright and patent legislation
On October 29, the UK government launched an open consultation to debate how the country’s existing IP legislation should be adapted to address the ongoing development of AIs and their use in the inventive process.
Associate Spotlight with Dirk Kromm
Get to know Dirk Kromm, Head of Patents for Dennemeyer & Associates' Germany office.