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Will Sweden ever take the lead as the most innovative European country?
Sweden has once again taken the second place in the Global Innovation Index (GII) and has the largest number of the European patent applications per capita of the European countries in 2020, according to the European Patent Office (EPO).
In the WIPR 3 – 2021, Vanessa Bélec of Fenix Legal compare Sweden with the top ranked index leader, Switzerland, and analyses what needs to be done in order to achieve a top position in the coming years.
"SWEDEN" - A TRADEMARK SUFFERING FROM THE CORONA-EFFECT
Sweden is a well-known trademark with good reputation both for Swedish companies and the country as such, but also for foreign companies all over the world that like to give their goods and services a “Swedish touch”. But what is the corona-effect on this kind of marks, and how to deal with it?
Petter Rindforth explains further in the latest edition of The Trademark Lawyer
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Fenix Legal is again highly ranked for patent & trademark prosecution in Sweden 2021.
Mr. and Ms. AI – Sweden prepares for inventors that are Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI), the area of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and reacts like humans, has for a long time been an interesting topic for both writers and scientists, with Talos of Crete, and Pygmalion, in the Greek mythology, to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818) and the first working AI program in 1951 – Ferranti Mark 1 for checkers playing.
The modern AI is, however, no science fiction, or only for entertainment.
Maria Zamkova discusses the future of patenting AI in Sweden and the likelihood of AI being named inventor in future patent applications, in the Sept/Oct 2021 Patent Lawyer Magazine.
Degeneration, negative secondary meaning, and regeneration of trademarks – how to act?
Petter Rindforth, explains the possible lifecycles of a trademark and the importance of creating a generic descriptive word to protect your trademark over time, in the Trademark Lawyer, Issue 5/2021
One opportunity is to seek assistance from the EUIPO collaborative filtering similarity tool.
Petter Rindforth describes the risks and possibilities in WIPR Issue 1/2021:
The presence of British companies registered in Sweden becomes more and more apparent for each day. There are many speculations trying to justify the reason for such a presence in Sweden. A probable reason seems to be that in sight of a non-deal Brexit, British companies are trying to avoid being placed in the same category as a “third country” and as such avoid being subject to national rules of each EU-country which may lead to huge disadvantages in a number of aspects.
Vanessa Bélec, Patent Attorney at Fenix Legal, explains what to expect – with examples from Swedish law and court decisions - in the latest edition of The Patent Lawyer.
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