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Fenix Legal KB is an IP boutique with offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Jönköping. The team consists of the unique combination of patent and trademark attorneys, lawyers, as well as business consultants and branding experts, in order to serve clients with “Business focused Intellectual Property”.
Here, patent and trademark prosecution and litigation, copyright protection and litigation, our annual IPDD, Fenix Patent Watch service, our trademark watch service .fenixsearcH, global service connection, IP disputes, mediation by our Registered Mediators, and business / license agreement practice are important parts of creating and keeping IP protection – especially when it comes to new technology, entertainment and pharmaceutical industry. We have become well known to solve patent cases in a cost-effective and inventive way delivering high quality work.
We are also handling domain name disputes, as panelists and attorneys, in Swedish and international cases, including .se/IIS, .eu/Czech Arbitration Court, UDRP, URS, PDDRP, RRDRP and SDRP by the US-based Forum and WIPO.
Fenix Legal’s attorneys assist in the creation of and negotiation related to international business agreements, where the parties involved focus on the IP protections to expand business and co-operation.
International companies, authorities, inventors, artists, politicians / Swedish political parties have turned to our experts on consultation related to IP protection, online business and law.
Practice areas & sector specialisations
Copyright, Designs, IP transactions, Life sciences, Patent contentious, Patent litigation, Patent office proceedings, Patent prosecution, Patent strategy & counseling, Trade mark contentious, Trade mark litigation, Trade mark office proceedings, Trade mark prosecution, Trade mark strategy & counseling
Sector Expertise: Advertising, Artificial intelligence, Biotechnology, Computer technology & services, Chemistry, E-commerce, Fashion & luxury goods, Film, Food & beverage, Healthcare, Internet, Life sciences, Media, Medical device, Telecommunication, Technology hardware, Publishing, Professional services, Pharmaceutical, Construction & materials, Financial services, ICT & software, Industrials, Mechanical, Nanotechnology, Electronics, Gaming, Manufacturing
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