Tag: sweden

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Sweden aligns Trademarks Act with EU regulations

On 7 November 2018 the Riksdag (supreme decision-making body of Sweden) voted in favour of modernising and simplifying the

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Going West: AWA and Haug Exchange Programme

AWA IP attorneys are crossing the pond to build relationships and work alongside top US IP firm Haug Partners

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Sweden and Japan innovating in business for 150 years

At the end of April, Swedish HRH Carl XVI Gustav and Queen Silvia paid a much noted visit to

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Directors Beware: New Swedish judgment regarding personal liability for patent infringement for the directors of a company

Directors Beware: New Swedish judgment regarding personal liability for patent infringement

The Swedish Patent and Market Court (PMD) announced an interesting judgment concerning the Board of Directors’ personal liability for

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FlexQube: Brick by brick

Child’s play: Inspired by Lego, the founders of Gothenburg based FlexQube aim to make their customers best in the

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Conditions for bad faith in Sweden

The Patent and Market Court has recently in a decision (case PMÄ 15622-16), dated 25 April 2017, ruled that

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Damage liability for preliminary injunction

New Scandinavian case law clarifies a patent or trademark owner’s liability to pay damages for a wrongfully issued preliminary

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Fertile grounds for patent applications

According to a recently published survey by the Swedish Patent and Registration Office (PRV), geographical areas where universities and

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Swedish Government forms Innovation Council

According to a recently published article in the Swedish business journal Veckans Affärer, the Swedish Minister for Enterprise and

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Swedish supreme court: Trademark infringement is not a crime for which “the nature of the crime” motivates imprisonment

It is rather well-known that a trademark infringement may result in claims for damages. On the other hand, the

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