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Can trade mark protection take over when copyright protection has long expired? Can use of a sign for decorative purposes be considered use as a trade mark? A recent Danish Court decision1 has had to grapple with these questions.
In a new Supreme Court judgment passed on 25 October 2016, the Danish Supreme Court decided whether a dismissal of a pregnant employee was in violation of the rules of the Danish Consolidation Act on Equal Treatment to Men and Women ("Ligebehandlingsloven"), including also to which extent the employer was under the obligation to reposition the employee.
Bird & Bird has retained the top ranking in Who's Who Legal's annual analysis of Technology, Media and Telecommunications law.
Bird & Bird's Nordic offices in Copenhagen and Helsinki have advised Holvi in the acquisition by multinational Spanish banking group, BBVA.
Our Danish corporate team consisting of partner Christian Scherfig, senior associates Rachael Hailey and Jacob Moltke Hoff, associate Ted Rosenbaum, junior associate Nick Skovsen and legal intern...
Led by partner Martin von Haller Groenbaek, a team of lawyers from our Danish offices are brainstorming how we can help our clients with the legal aspects of developing the exponential aspects of their businesses.