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Trademark licensing

Generally speaking, trademark licensing is a way for the trademark owner to further commercialize his intellectual property asset(-s) by allowing someone else to use his trademark under the terms defined by the trademark license agreement. From franch ...

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Training at Pilz GmbH & Co. KG: How to protect digital solutions for safety and control systems with IP-design

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG was founded by Hermann Pilz in 1948 in Esslingen as a glass blowing workshop. In the next decades it switched to the field of electronic equipment, where it spearheaded the development of industry standards in the safety industr ...

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Intellectual Capital Management and Leadership: Interview with Prof. Dr. Alexander J. Wurzer, CEIPI

In today’s business environment where intellectual properties, creativity and innovation are real competitive advantage, the emphasis on qualities of human interaction has never been greater. As market conditions and technologies evolve at an astonish ...

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WIPO-CNIPA Advanced Training Course on Management and Commercialization of Intellectual Property Assets 18.-29.10.2021 – Best Practice

The commercialization of intellectual property assets and with it the management of intellectual property as a whole, becomes more and more a global topic. Therefore, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) organized already in 2018 togeth ...

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Mobile app protection

Even though they are a relatively recent phenomenon, mobile apps became an inalienable part of our day-to-day experiences. The study of Newark-French already ten years ago found that consumers spend more time with mobile apps than on the web. Today, i ...

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Reform of the German Patent Act: What are the changes for injunctive relief?

A topic that has generated considerable debate, without a court case being involved, is the planned reform of the German Patent Act and, above all, the right to injunctive relief as provided by the Act. Pressure to amend the statutory right to injunct ...

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Training at Erwin Hymer Group: How to protect app solutions with IP-design

The Erwin Hymer Group is a leading producer of premium recreational vehicles with around a quarter of the European market share in motorhomes, camper vans and caravans. Additionally to the vehicle producers also accessory specialists and rental and fi ...

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3 moves to design a winning strategy!

A strategy for collaboration, particularly when innovating together, must consider the manner in which Intellectual Property is distributed within such a collaboration. In this blogpost we share some tools and tips on how to build a tailored, simple t ...

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Training at Deutsche Telekom: How to Create Patentable UX Designs

Deutsche Telekom AG was founded in 1995 and privatized in 1996 as successor of the German state-owned monopoly federal Post. Today it is the largest telecommunications provider in Europe with a revenue of €101 billion in 2020 and more than 200.000 emp ...

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Which IP rights should start-ups consider in their IP-strategy when entering China? – An IP-Checklist

The continuous development of China’s economy has fueled the purchasing power of Chinese people, and China has developed into a huge market. More and more foreign start-ups are considering entering China to do business or attracting investment f ...

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