DR and Litigation
We have a team of skilled litigation and dispute resolution attorneys throughout our offices. In Denmark, AWA handles litigation matters through our dedicated firm AWA Law.
Our assistance in complex litigation and dispute matters includes representing and defending rights holders during infringement claims, patenting landscaping strategies and pursuing oppositions.
AWA has experience in all types of IP disputes including patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, domain name, licensing matters, marketing practices and unfair competition.
The team regularly appears before national courts at all levels including the Patent and Market Court in Sweden, the Maritime and Commercial Court in Denmark and the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
We support you at every stage of your dispute, drawing on the deep technical and sector-specific knowledge of our IP professionals. We combine this with the legal and strategic expertise of our attorneys at law to bring you a bespoke team that will support you to secure the most commercially effective outcome.
This approach saves time and economic resources by providing a complete team with technical, scientific and legal knowledge. From global healthcare and pharmaceutical, high technology including fiber optic communications and AI to industrial and mechanical engineering – our industry and sector knowledge is unparalleled.
Oppositions against patents and trademarks require a tailored and pragmatic defence approach. At the same, filing oppositions as a third party should consider the commercial aims and anticipated outcomes.
AWA has an extensive team of European patent and trademark attorneys as well as China qualified patent attorneys that can help you strategically navigate oppositions and appeals before national IP offices, the Boards of Appeal of the EUIPO and the EPO.
Hexatronic - Represented in a successful patent infringement case before the Swedish Patent and Market Court and assisted in a global litigation effort.
United Drinks - Received a preliminary injunction blocking an infringing product.