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Intellectual property rights (IPR)

Intellectual property rights are very valuable business assets, which can provide an important revenue stream. Is someone in Denmark copying your IPR? Stop them here.

Why is it important?

Intellectual property rights are very valuable assets for any business. IPR is an essential part of any business’ product and branding. IPR is what sets a business apart its competitors as it provides revenue streams for your business, either directly or indirectly through royalties.

What can we do to help you? 

At R&R International, we know from experience that your business is at a much higher risk of having your IPR infringed upon, if you operate in an international market. In addition, spurred on by the technological revolution and the internet, even companies who operate at smaller markets experience having their products copied in markets far from home.

We work hard to understand your business’ product and strategy, so we can advise you on how to best protect your IPR without it being a hindrance to your business plans. 

How can we assist you? 

Our expertise includes:

  • Cease and desist – IPR infringement cases
  • Trademarks
  • Code/Programming
  • Patents
  • Copyrights
  • Inventions
  • Technology transfer
  • IT development contracts
How do I protect my trademark in Denmark and Europe?

Your trademark is one of your main business assets as it makes your customers able to distinguish your company and products from your competitors. Therefore, the value of your business relies upon how well you protect your trademark. You must constantly monitor the market and prevent others from using similar trademarks for the same products and services.

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How to stop someone from copying your trademark or products in Denmark

When you become aware of an IPR-infringement of your trademark or product, it is important to react fast. Although there are no specific time-limitations to initiate infringement proceedings, the promptness of your reaction will determine whether a Danish court will grant a preliminary injunction to stop the infringement immediately. In this article, we would like to give you answers on how to handle trademark infringement proceedings in Denmark

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How to start a business in Denmark
Business incorporation in Denmark is usually an easy and quick procedure, as it can be done online through the Danish Business Authority’s (DBA) website (www.virk.dk). However, all the required documents for incorporation (e.g. business definition, Articles of association, Incorporation document, tax registration, eventual operation permits, etc.) need to be in place prior to registration to DBA.
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