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    AWA Asia recommended by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018

    We are proud to announce that for the first time The Legal 500 Asia Pacific has recommended AWA Asia for Intellectual Property – Foreign Firms (China). AWA Asia joins its European offices Awapatent (Sweden) and AwaLaw (Denmark) which are both recommended by The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East and Africa…

  • Awapatent’s client Heliospectra is the second fastest growing tech company in Sweden

    The yearly listing Sweden Technology Fast 50 from Deloitte has just been launched, and Awapatent's client Heliospectra is ranked as the second fastest growing tech company in Sweden. Heliospectra provides smarter LED grow lights for commercial greenhouses, indoor grow facilities and research…

  • Awapatent supports the integration initiative NU:Nolla Utanförskapet

    Awapatent is now a supporting member of the Swedish integration initiative NU:Nolla Utanförskapet (Banish the Alienation) https://www.nollautanforskapet.nu, aiming to help individuals becoming part of society and working life. The vision is to increase the number of young people having an education…

  • Awapatent’s client InviSense wins Sweden’s biggest invention prize

    Last Thursday, Awapatent's client InviSense AB http://invisense.se was awarded the biggest invention prize in Sweden, SKAPA. The company develops and sells an extremely thin humidity sensor label with a wireless measuring of the relative humidity inside building constructions. Awapatent is a proud…

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    AWA Litigation secures important win for client Hexatronic in high-stake patent infringement case

    On 20 October 2017, the Swedish Patent and Market Court issued a judgment in a patent dispute between Emtelle UK Ltd. and Awapatent’s client Hexatronic Cables & Interconnect Systems AB, a Hexatronic Group subsidiary. In spring 2015, Hexatronic was sued by Emtelle Ltd. regarding an alleged infringement…

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    New rules for EU trademark applications

    As of 1 October 2017, one of the changes is that the graphical representation requirement for submitting an EU trademark application has been abolished. Signs can now be represented in other forms as long as “the representation is clear, precise, self-contained, easily accessible, intelligible…

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    EPO/EAPO Fast-track patent examination in place

    As a result of the entry into force of the joint Patent Prosecution Highwaty (PPH), applicants for patent protection at the EPO and EAPO (Euroasian Patent Office) can now enjoy fast-track patent examination at both offices. In addition, the PPH allows participating patent offices to share and re-use…

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    New EPO president next summer

    The Portuguese António Campinos has been elected to succeed Benoît Battistelli as President of the European Patent Office (EPO). His five-year term will start on 1 July 2018. Read more

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    Following Seattle Genetics, Swedish Appeal Court opens for re-examination of SPC term; overturning lower court

    On 4 October 2017, the Swedish Patent and Market Appeal Court handed down eight decisions in appeal cases regarding re-examination of SPC term decisions. The background relates to the famous Seattle Genetics case (C-471/14) in which the CJEU gave a preliminary ruling on the interpretation of Article…

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    Fourteen countries have now ratified the UPC

    Despite the uncertain situation in the UK and Germany, other EU member states seem to continue to ratify the UPC agreement. The latest states to join those who have already ratified are Estonia and Lithuania, of which both deposited their instruments for ratification during August. The complete…

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