Tag: Infringement

The dark side of the Internet

On Friday the 14 June 2013 we participated in a seminar arranged by the Danish PTO in corporation with

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Infringement – Gangnam Style

In our line of business we deal with protection of intellectual property, ranging from purely technical issues to art.

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Design just as important as technical issues in Apple vs. Samsung verdict

The dispute between Apple and Samsung on smartphones and tablets has received much public attention. Recently, a landmark verdict

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Counterfeit Goods in the EU – Troubling News but No Surprise

On July 24, the European Commission published a press release concerning its report on seizure of counterfeit goods during

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Getting Personal in Sweden: Liability of Directors, Officers, and Owners for their Company’s IP Infringement

1. Introduction Picture a scenario where a plaintiff in an IP infringement case in Sweden has received a well

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A visit to the Copenhagen office

This week has so far been one of the most interesting weeks in the Specialist programme (soon to be

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Changes in the Taiwanese Trademark Act

The following amendments to the Taiwanese trademark Act has been announced by the authorities. The effective date is however

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Trademark Infringements in Social Networks

Trademark Infringements in Social Networks Last year, in 2010, Facebook passed 500 million users. That’s more than the population

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Counterfeit pharmaceuticals case settled without main hearing

Counterfeit pharmaceuticals case settled without main hearing In April 2010 Eli Lilly and Company (“Lilly”), the manufacturer of the

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Centocor (Johnson & Johnson) awarded the largest patent verdict in U.S. history

1.67 billion U.S. dollars, $1.16 billion in lost profit, and $504 million in royalties. That’s what Centocor is awarded

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