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Reorganisation to speed court processes


Recent law reforms render Denmark an attractive place to litigate patents, with specialist judges and faster processes. Ulla Klinge and Jakob Pade Frederiksen of Inspicos report

A court reform, which entered into force last year, has moved the responsibility for first instance patent trials from the High Courts of Denmark to the Copenhagen Maritime and Commercial Court. Preliminary injunctions are still decided by the district courts,...


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