Can one protect Artificial Intelligence?

More and more companies are using artificial intelligence (AI) in their operations, which raises big questions and legal considerations. Read more […]

Patented AI opens the door to a whole new world

Cercare Medical has developed and patented algorithm-based artificial intelligence (AI), which helps doctors with quick analyses of brain scans. Read more […]

Easter holiday notice

During the Easter holiday April 18 – 22 (both days included) all of our offices will be closed. Read more […]

Apples, pears, and bananas – from a trademark perspective

Apple has one of the most famous trademarks. Yet, even with the iconic status, it is not always easy to defend the Apple trademark. Read more […]

Plougmann Vingtoft A/S delivers strong results

Closing 2018 with good results, we are looking forward to introduce new initiatives in 2019 such as an increased focus on the UN Global Goals in 2019 […]

MIP recommends our trademark expertise

Plougmann Vingtoft once again recommended for their trademark expertise by the ranking magazine, Managing Intellectual Property (MIP), read more […]

Plougmann Vingtoft recognized in ‘World Trademark Review 1000’

Our Head of Trademarks, Ellen Breddam, has once again received special recognition in the World Trademark Review 1000. Read more (…)

Information from Plougmann Vingtoft A/S

The board has appointed Finn S. Madsen as CEO. Read more […]

Clear rules for patentability of plants remain a distant prospect

In November, the EPO Technical Board of Appeal came to the conclusion that plants produced according to essentially biological processes need to be held patentable. Read more […]

Whitepaper on the effectiveness of Third Party Observations

Our experts Jakob Schwalbe Lohmann and Peter Sørensen have analyzed the effectiveness of Third Party Observations, which may be a strategic IPR tool. Read more […]