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The robots are coming – but not in the way you might expect

Android robots are no longer limited to the sci-fi universe. However, the robots of the future are much different – and more abstract – than what we might assume and understand about robots. Read more […]

Plougmann Vingtoft named one of the top trademark practices in Denmark

Recently, our Head of Trademarks Ellen Breddam received special recognition in World Trademark Review 1000 2017, a guide to the world’s leading trademark legal services providers. Read more […]

Plant breeders in yet another “patent limbo”

Plant breeders have experienced several years of uncertainty regarding the patentability of their plants, and today they find themselves in a new pickle. Read more […]

New EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal decision on priority

The Enlarged Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office (EPO) has now issued its full written decision, concerning multiple priorities, toxic priority applications and poisonous divisional applications. Read more […]

Plougmann Vingtoft is moving closer to clients in the southern part of Denmark

1 February we open up our new office in the so called city of knowledge, Cortex Park, which is close to the University of Southern Denmark. Read more […]

UPC may begin operations in December 2017

It has just been announced by the Unified Patent Court (UPC) Preparatory Committee that the UPC Agreement could enter into force and the UPC become operational as early as December 2017. Read more […]

Merry Christmas from Plougmann Vingtoft

2017 is waiting around the corner, and the dedicated team behind Plougmann Vingtoft wishes all our clients and cooperation partners a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year […]

UK says it will ratify UPC

The UK Intellectual Property Office announced yesterday that it now intends to ratify the agreement to implement the Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court (UPC). Read more […]

New European design award sees the light of day

30 November 2016 the winner of a new DesignEuropa Award will be announced for the first time. The award is a celebration of talented creators in inventive companies, to whom intellectual property is a key asset. Read more (…)

Why companies should engage in IPR

A new European study documents the benefits of working actively with Intellectual Property Rights, also known as IPR. Read more (…)