World Law Group’s Intellectual Property Practice Group is made up of leading IP specialists who advise clients on transactional matters, protection of assets, licensing, portfolio management, due diligence, compliance, and other facets related to managing intellectual property. They appear before courts in litigation cases for cross-border and domestic clients and represent them in administrative and enforcement proceedings. The scope includes all areas of IP including patent, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, design, plant variety rights, integrated circuit layout design, and geographical indications.
dMembers regularly exchange news and information on local and international developments in these complex fields, and meet during virtual group meetings and at international events such as the International Trademark Association (INTA) annual conference. They often collaborate with other groups such as the Technology, Privacy & Data Protection, and Labor & Employment groups.
This group is targeted toward both transactional lawyers and litigators who help clients defend and manage their intellectual property.
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Former WLG Board Member Gordian Hasselblatt manages WLG's trademark portfolio and regularly uses the network to service his clients' international interests. His enthusiasm for the law and life are contagious.
Partner and Intellectual Property Department Head Vida M. Panganiban-Alindogan, who accepted the award on behalf of the Firm, said: "Winning this award is a reflection of our unwavering pursuit of excellence in the field of intellectual property. We look forward to continuing to push the boundaries of innovation and legal advocacy, and to making a positive impact on the intellectual property landscape in the Philippines."
Borgarting Court of Appeal ruled in the appellate case concerning the legality of Brødrene Dahl AS' development, manufacture and sale of an actuator device. The Court upheld the Oslo District Court's decision that Brødrene Dahl had made an intentional imitation of Eltorque AS' actuator device.