Author: Anette Rasmussen

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Boost for brand owners as Denmark introduces Product and Market Surveillance Law

On 4 June 2020 the Danish Parliament passed the Product and Market Surveillance Law, which concerns product safety and

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WIPO panel finds that Danish start-up Acubit engaged in reverse domain name hijacking

Technology start-up Acubit claimed that Danish trademark rules and practice should assign domain names to the relevant trademark owner.

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Balmain case highlights risk of using specialised public with low distinctive character marks

Balmain’s appeal to the General CourtĀ demonstrates that applicants should not rely on a specialised public for goods or services

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EUIPO figures reveal that trademark infringement is an expensive business in Denmark

TheĀ 2019 Status Report on IPR InfringementĀ from the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) reveals that the annual sales lost

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Case highlights difficulty in establishing use-based rights in Denmark under new Trademark Act

The new Trademark Act came into force in Denmark at the start of 2019. Amendments to the act include

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Reform of the European Trademark System

After some years work on aligning and improving the European trademark system a new legislative package on trademarks has

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Is use of a Community trademark in one of the EU member states sufficient?

As is well known, a Community trademark (CTM) must be put into genuine use within five years of the

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Trade Mark User Requirements Tightened Following US Supreme Court Ruling

Following a key US Supreme Court ruling earlier this year we announced that the practice in regard to the

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