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HØIBERG | Denmark | 28 Oct 2014

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A preliminary injunction is a fast and effective way of stopping infringement. A preliminary injunction will be issued if the patentee can prove that…
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HØIBERG | European Union | 6 Jan 2014

One step forward, two steps back: examining stem-cell patenting

Superman actor Christopher Reeve broke his spine after falling from a horse and never regained the use of his lower limbs. Until his death, he…
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HØIBERG | Denmark | 25 Apr 2013

Denmark

In Denmark, a preliminary injunction is a fast and effective way of stopping infringing acts. Presently, proceedings to obtain a preliminary…
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HØIBERG | Denmark | 17 Dec 2012

Improving legal certainty in patent cases

It is not enough to have a strong patent granted; it is also important to be able to enforce the patent in an efficient and predictable manner.
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HØIBERG | Denmark | 4 Jan 2012

On a journey towards a specialised patent court

Over the past few years, patent enforcement in Denmark at court level has become more centralised, which has gradually led to the development of a court with a higher level of experience in patent cases.
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HØIBERG | Denmark | 2 Sep 2011

Denmark

In Denmark, a preliminary injunction is afast and effective way of stopping infringingacts.
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HØIBERG | Denmark | 1 Jan 2011

Re-examination: a convenient tool for testing patent validity

Many have experienced the feeling that strikes when a competitor's patent pops up in a database or arrives by mail: this patent may mean trouble.
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HØIBERG | Denmark | 26 Feb 2010

Patents in Europe 2010/2011

In Denmark, a preliminary injunction is a fast and effective way of stopping infringing acts.
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