Tag: Denmark

Is it worth the effort to appeal a decision made by the DKPTO?

Danish case law regarding patents shows that in a vast majority of cases, the Danish Board of Appeal (BoA)

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Excitement in the IP world: Will Danish courts make counterfeit goods more illegal?

I recently wrote about a pending court case regarding an imported counterfeit Rolex watch. The importer, a private person,

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A new dawn for protection of designs?

It is no secret that the differences in national European law concerning the protection of designs, has been driving

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New Patent Prosecution Highway Agreement between the DKPTO and Russias ROSPATENT enters into force

As mentioned in my previous blog entry dated 23 January 2012, the DKPTO announced that due to user demand

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New PPH-agreement between Denmark and Israel

The year of 2012 has arrived with new possibilities for Danish patent applicants who wish to obtain a patent

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A Favourite in Trademark Law: Repackaging – now gassy

Danish courts are traditionally reluctant to ask preliminary questions on the interpretation of EU-legislation. Recently, the Supreme Court has done so,

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