“The experts at Fenix Legal are doing a brilliant job"
The globally leading IP business media platform, The Intellectual Asset Management (IAM), has now presented the result of the research for
"IAM Patent 100: The World’s Leading Patent Professionals 2017".
Fenix Legal is again higly ranked:
INTA 2017 in Barcelona: A record year!
The International Trademark Association (INTA) hold its 139th Annual Meeting in Barcelona, Spain, May 20 - 24 2017.
Fenix Legal was Gold Sponsor for this event that beat all the records: 10 668 participants from all over the world came together for seminars, working group meetings and meetings with IP experts. All participants was given the Fenix Legal pen. Maria Zamkova and Petter Rindforth participated on behalf of Fenix Legal in several working groups, such as the Adjunct Professors, the Internet Committé, the team of Trademark Mediators, and the INTA Europe Global Advisory Council.
Blocking copyright infringement online
On February 13, 2017 the new Swedish Patent and Market Court of Appeal issued a decision that internet service provider(ISP) Bredbandsbolaget has to implement technical blocking measures for three years to prevent its subscribers from accessing file-sharing sites The Pirate Bay and SweFilmer.
In addition to that, the Swedish government recently decided to order an investigation on ‘Penalty scales for certain serious infringements of intellectual property’.
As stated by the Swedish Minister for Justice and Migration:
“Let me be very clear: we believe that theft is theft, even if it is about intellectual property rights.”
Petter Rindforth / Fenix Legal reports on the current work in Sweden to stop online infringement of IP rights.
Read the full article, published in the May/June 2017 World Intellectual Property Review:
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Sweden is now the second
in the world (and the best in Europe) of the most innovative economies!
Sweden has climbed to No 2 of the world's most innovative economies, according to the US based financial software, data, and media company Bloomberg L.P.'s "2017 Bloomberg Innovation Index", published on January 17, 2017.
Maria Zamkova, CEO of Fenix Legal, explains how intangible assets increases the value of both companies and countries, reveals what led to this status and gives recommendations on what more needs to be done. Read the article recently published in The Patent Lawyer magazine
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