February

  • , Awa news

    From AWA Asia: Ai-Leen Lim published in the Journal of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China

    Principal Counsel and CEO for AWA Asia Ai-Leen Lim has recently been published in EURObiz, the Journal of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China. Ai-Leen Lim and Lars-Åke Severin, founder of PSU China, highlight China’s IPR advances in 2017 and the remaining enforcement challenges that…

  • , Awa news

    We welcome Janne Britt Hansen, Partner and Attorney-at-law to Awapatent

    We are very happy to welcome Janne Britt Hansen as Partner and attorney-at law at our Copenhagen office. Janne has approx. 16 years of experience from both the Danish PTO and a number of larger Danish consultancy and law firms. We are confident that our clients will benefit from…

  • , Awa news

    Ai-Leen Lim and Inga-Lill Andersson selected WIPR Leaders

    WIPR (World IP Review Report) has recognised AWA Asia’s Ai-Leen Lim and Awapatent’s Inga-Lill Andersson as Leaders in their 2018 rankings. The results are based on nominations from industry peers. WIPR Leaders ranks the leading IP practitioners in the world. The handbook lists over 1,700 lawyers…

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    IP Stars 2018: Awapatent up one tier in trademark contentious for both Sweden and Denmark

    Awapatent AB is has climbed from Tier 3 to Tier 2 for Trademark Contentious (Sweden) in the latest edition of Managing IP’s rankings IP Stars. We remain in Tier 1 for Trademark Prosecution for Sweden. In the Danish rankings, Awapatent A/S has moved up to Tier 3 for Trademark Contentious from being…

  • , General news

    More than half of Sweden’s companies cannot find the right R&D competence

    When R&D managers at 200 Swedish companies were asked about the main obstacles for developing their R&D business in Sweden, 64% of them highlighted the lack of right competence. This is one of the interesting results from Awapatent’s Innovation Barometer 2017 . The survey also shows that…