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Nordic States IP Focus 2008

  • Nordic IP Focus 2008

    Managing IP presents its second guide to the latest developments in one of Europe's most technologically dynamic and creative regions

  • 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

  • The professor's privilege

    There is concern that academic exemptions from patenting laws may hinder the development of lucrative products. Edward Farrington and Richard Wolff of Valea explore the Swedish situation

  • Imminent threat of infringement

    Interlocutory injunctions are one of the best ways to prevent pharmaceutical patent infringement, but some countries differ in when they grant them. Rainer Hilli and Tom Groop give an overview of developments in this area


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