Turbulent times require innovative ideas and solutions. The difficult situation surrounding the Corona crisis is forcing countless companies to send their employees to their home office. We believe it is important to see this as an opportunity to use the time wisely and use some of the time for further education and training in the field of intellectual property (IP) rights. The 10 webinars spread over the year 2020 are partly aimed at beginners and partly at advanced learners and are held in German or English. All dates and registration options are listed below.

Weiterlesen über LexDellmeier Webinar Series 2020: all about trademarks, designs, copyrights and patents -> Start: 29 April 2020 (free of charge)

Turbulente Zeiten erfordern besondere Maßnahmen. Die schwierige Situation rund um die Corona-Krise zwingt unzählige Unternehmen dazu, ihre Mitarbeiter ins Homeoffice zu schicken. Darüber hinaus stagniert in vielen Firmen die Auftragslage. Wir denken, es ist wichtig, die Zeit sinnvoll zu nutzen, die sonst im hektischen Alltag häufig zu kurz kommen. Besonders am Herzen liegt uns hier Fortbildung, Weiterbildung und Schulung im Bereich der gewerblichen Schutzrechte (= Intellectual Property – oder kurz „IP“). Die 10 verschiedenen Webinare über das Jahr 2020 verteilt richten sich teils an Anfänger, teils an Fortgeschrittene und finden auf Deutsch oder Englisch statt. Alle Termine und Anmeldemöglichkeiten sind unten aufgelistet.

Corona. Not just a beer, a cigar or a white halo during a solar eclipse, but also one of a group of viruses that infect humans and can be responsible for serious respiratory diseases. Corona viruses are not new which makes it unbelievable, how fast the latest mutation has become a threat to our economy on a global basis. But any crisis should not just be seen as an obstacle, but also as a chance to review, think, improve, find solutions and move forward.

IMPORTANT FOREWORD (Date 10 March 2020): In view of the ongoing Corona/Covid-19-crisis: Our thoughts and best wishes are with all persons, institutions etc. (incl. doctors/medical staff, persons infected incl. family, fiends & colleagues as well and individuals and companies) who are encountering health issues, anxieties and economical losses due Corona/Covid-19. Please all stay safe and we call for support and solidarity in an unconventional manner between all parties (e.g. individuals, business partners, institutions, governments etc.) involved during these uncertain times.

Blog-entry and Update LexDellmeier:

In view of the crisis and technological innovations at LexDellmeier we wanted to update you. We have expanded our availibitly to an online booking tool (available 24/7) to be found on its website in 

World Intellectual Property Day and 50th anniversary of the WIPO Convention on 26 April 2020


The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) celebrates World Intellectual Property Day (World IP Day) every April 26 with the aim to “learn about the role that Intellectual Property (IP) rights play in encouraging innovation and creativity”. This year 2020, the WIPO Convention turns 50 on the same day. Two reasons for celebrating and for dedicating this day a very important topic: “Innovate for a Green Future”. 

 

Mit dem Austritt Großbritanniens aus der Europäischen Union mit Ablauf des 31. Januar 2020 stellt sich die Frage, welche Auswirkungen dies für den Schutz Ihres geistigen Eigentums hat, insbesondere für Ihre Unionmarken und eingetragene / nicht eingetragene Gemeinschaftsgeschmacksmuster. Hier ist eine kurze Zusammenfassung über den Status quo (Stand: 10. Februar 2020) und darüber, was Ende 2020 geschehen wird...

 

                   

 

 

With the exit of the UK from the European Union at the end of 31 January 2020, you might ask yourself what the consequences for the protection of your intellectual property, particularly European Union trademarks and registered / unregistered Community designs are. Here is a short summary on the status quo (on 10 February 2020) and of what will happen at the end of 2020…

 

                   

When was the last time that you bought something not just off the shelf, but with giving it a little more thought before buying? Did you look for test results for the product category that you were interested in and if so, did the results influence which product exactly you ended up buying? And what does all of that have to do with trademarks? Here is the answer…

                         

                     DE 30 2016 033 191                                                                           DE 30 2008 025 577

(Examples of blank test labels registered with the German Patent and Trademark Office)

As of 1 January 2020 you should be aware that various (international) classifactions have been updated again and have come into force. Classifications serve to index the content of intellectual property rights and documents. The aim is to standardize and to allow for content-driven retrieval, independent of the language of the respective document or the catchwords used. Classifications are important for systemizing IP searches in the corresponding databases, enabling to retrieve detailed and correct information.

Oktoberfest Table in Munich, Germany, for 8 people – Sunday, 27 September 2020, 4.30 pm – 11.00 pm

Charity Auction: starts: 5 December – ends 15 December 2019 (9.06 pm German time)

Why should you participate and bid:

As many trademark owners in Germany and other western countries have experienced in the past, the demand for their high-quality products is very high with the middle class in China. Unfortunately, it is quite difficult for Chinese customers to distinguish between genuine products that have been imported by the European manufacturer on the one hand and imitations by counterfeiters on the other hand. Particularly with food products and its health implications, it is extremely important to make sure that products are genuine. To protect consumers and to strengthen their trade relationship, the EU and China concluded an agreement on the reciprocal protection of Geographical Indications (GIs) on 6 November 2019. The corresponding press release of the European Commission can be found at  

https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/IP_19_6200