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    The Rights of Others

    Where a company fears that the marketing of new technology or new products may be infringing upon the rights of others, it is a good idea to obtain an evaluation of potential infringement or an opinion on the scope or validity of the IP rights governing the market. Prior to product launch, a Freedom to Operate review may also be a valuable investment.

    If, on the other hand, you believe that your competitors' rights were granted on an erroneous basis, it may be possible to file an opposition or a request for administrative re-examination with the relevant authority or to instigate invalidity proceedings before the courts. 

    Whichever way you wish to go, Budde Schou offers experienced and professional assistance. We hold many years' experience in securing the market position of our clients through our work with IP conflicts.

    Please contact us for further information.