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24 Aug 2017, 3:00 pm
There might be a way out…In this post, Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Louise Thorning Ahle analyze the possibilities of enforcement with regard to products protected as neither a registered nor an unregistered Community design on the Danish market.Trademark licensing, no need to control? [read post]
9 Jan 2015, 1:47 am
" Over on Class 46, guest blogger and Danish attorney Lasse Arffmann Søndergaard Christensen relates a surname-as-trade mark scrap between two of Denmark's 261,000 Jensens, while Nikos Prentoulis explains why the Greek trade mark registry wasn't keen to allow the registration of a figurative mark containing the words "Mafia Bastards". [read post]
26 Jul 2017, 12:05 pm
For the Kluwer Trademark Blog, Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Louise Thorning Ahle.In The link between passing-off and provenance, Darren Margo and Natalie Hill of Afro-IP, talk about the Supreme Court of Appeal judgment Herbal Zone v Infitech Technologies. [read post]
27 Aug 2019, 6:01 am by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen
Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Kathrine Spinner MadsenIn a recent ruling from 15 August 2019 (BS-6392/2019 SHR) the Danish Maritime and Commercial High Court found that the conditions for issuing a preliminary injunction against the clothing company Message A/S (Message) had not been fulfilled since the alleged infringement did not constitute a sufficient basis for issuing a preliminary injunction. [read post]
22 Feb 2019, 1:55 am by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen
Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Kathrine Spinner MadsenIn the beginning of this year a decision regarding the trademark right to the name of the iconic Danish faience set with the thin blue line on the edges, was issued by the Danish Maritime and Commercial Court (Decision no. [read post]
25 Oct 2018, 7:13 am by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen
Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Kathrine Spinner MadsenIn a recent decision from 1 October 2018 (B-2740-17) the Danish Eastern High Court affirmed a decision of the Danish Commercial Court from December 2017 (V-8-17) in which the court had ruled that a café in Copenhagen had infringed the trademark rights and copyrights to the character Obelix which rightfully belongs to Les Editions Albert René S.A.R.L (Albert René). [read post]
25 Apr 2019, 6:15 am by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen
Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Kathrine Spinner MadsenA trademark registration of a color per se is notoriously difficult to achieve, but what about the name of a color? [read post]
10 Sep 2018, 1:20 am by Kluwer Patent blogger
” 3) The technical function of a potato snack by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Kathrine Spinner Madsen “On the 21 March 2018 the Danish Board of Appeal (“The Board”) delivered its decision regarding the trademark protection of the shape of [a] potato snack (decision no. [read post]
4 May 2017, 11:12 pm by Kluwer Blogger
by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Louise Thorning Ahle “In the affordable luxury segment one finds the highest growth rate within the Class 14-goods at the moment. [read post]
10 Sep 2018, 1:25 am by Kluwer Patent Blog
” 3) The technical function of a potato snack by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen and Kathrine Spinner Madsen “On the 21 March 2018 the Danish Board of Appeal (“The Board”) delivered its decision regarding the trademark protection of the shape of [a] potato snack (decision no. [read post]
18 Oct 2016, 1:33 am by Kluwer Blogger
by Lasse Arffmann Søndergaard Christensen and Louise Thorning Ahle “LEGO, JENSEN and UTZON have in-common that they all are trademarks and last names at the same time…In Denmark, as in all EU Member States, the trademark law contains an own-name-defence, i.e. a provision whereby anybody can use his or her own name provided this is in accordance with honest practices in trade. [read post]
10 May 2016, 4:21 am by Kluwer Blogger
” Top 3 Kluwer Trademark Blog posts in April 2016   1) Denmark: Trademark right established through use by Lasse Arffmann Søndergaard Christensen  “In the EU there are jurisdictions (like Spain, France, Benelux) that do not recognise any unregistered trademarks beyond those that are notoriously known. [read post]
6 Dec 2018, 12:21 am by Kluwer Patent blogger
by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen “In a recent decision from 1 October 2018 (B-2740-17) the Danish Eastern High Court affirmed a decision of the Danish Commercial Court from December 2017 (V-8-17) in which the court had ruled that a café in Copenhagen had infringed the trademark rights and copyrights to the character Obelix which rightfully belongs to Les Editions Albert René S.A.R.L (Albert René). [read post]
6 Dec 2018, 12:21 am by Kluwer Patent Blog
by Lasse Søndergaard Christensen “In a recent decision from 1 October 2018 (B-2740-17) the Danish Eastern High Court affirmed a decision of the Danish Commercial Court from December 2017 (V-8-17) in which the court had ruled that a café in Copenhagen had infringed the trademark rights and copyrights to the character Obelix which rightfully belongs to Les Editions Albert René S.A.R.L (Albert René). [read post]