Skip to main content

Patents

Closing in on the Unitary Patent and opt-out strategies

It is time to think about the advent of the Unitary Patent (UP) and the Unified Patent Court (UPC) later in 2022 or early 2023.

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.

Why freedom to operate is essential for startups

Freedom to operate is a crucial step, especially for startup companies and those seeking external funding.

Associate Spotlight with Dirk Kromm

Get to know Dirk Kromm, Head of Patents for Dennemeyer & Associates' Germany office.

South Africa and Australia tackle AI inventorship in patents

In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) systems have been moving from the realm of science fiction into real life as advanced neural networks begin to find applications in various industries.

Can you patent an idea? Get the facts!

You will need much more than an idea to secure patent rights for any invention.

Monumental innovations and inventions made by women

Take a trip through time and look at some truly remarkable discoveries and inventions made by women from all over the world.

Why are patents important in a post-COVID world?

Why are patents important? Because innovation, especially in tech, will be vital in the post-COVID world.

Everyday IP: Who owns the internet?

Determining exactly 'who owns the internet' is no simple matter, as the IP ownership of the systems and infrastructure that comprise it is widely varied.

How are damages calculated in patent infringement cases?

If the worst should happen, an inventor must understand how patent infringement damages are calculated in major legal jurisdictions.