Author: AWA

IP Pitfalls When Creating a New Product Line (Or a New Company) – Part 2: Patents, Designs and IP Contract Considerations

When creating a new product line or starting a new company, many types of considerations and preparations are necessary.

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IP Pitfalls When Creating a New Product Line (Or a New Company) – Part 1: Trademarks and Domains

When creating a new product line or starting a new company, many types of considerations and preparations are necessary.

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Attracting Capital – Guiding the Growth Journey

In a series of programs initiated by AWA Denmark, the focus will be on what potential growth entrepreneurs should

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MedTrace receives $30 million investment fuelling US expansion and new business area

AWA’s client MedTrace Pharma A/S has received nearly $30 million from Swiss-based Swisscanto Invest and Danish investors ATP and

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CellaVision acquires exclusive rights to novel microscopy technology

AWA’s client CellaVision has signed an agreement to acquire the exclusive rights to a patent portfolio on Fourier Ptychographic

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EPO releases Patent Index 2020: Applications stable despite pandemic, healthcare innovation soars and the US tops geographic origin of applications outside of Europe

The European Patent Office (EPO) released its Patent Index 2020 this week. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, filings remained stable

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Guide: EU Trademarks after Brexit

EU trademarks will no longer be protected in the UK after Brexit. What will happen to your EUTM depends

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An Introduction to IP

The first of a series of webinars gives you a short introduction to the different areas in IP. Hear

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Denmark champions patents as fundamental to preventing climate change

Danish Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs Simon Kollerup stated that protecting the intellectual property rights of innovative

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Brexit may stall Germany’s ratification of the UPCA

The German Justice Ministry expressed earlier this month that the government will not ratify the Unified Patent Court Agreement

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