What the team is known for
Full-service offering assisting clients with the full gamut of IP strategy, registration, protection and enforcement. Frequently handles contentious and non-contentious copyright, trade mark and design rights matters. Also acts on patent disputes in the pharmaceutical sector. Additional expertise in the commercialisation of IP, including distribution, licensing and franchise agreements. Experienced in mandates involving international elements.
A client notes that the lawyers are "to the point, have the specialism we need, understand the business purpose and are very nice to work with."
Another source describes the team as "very skilled and well connected," praising its ability to handle cross-border mandates.
Represented Playseats in a design infringement dispute.
Claus Barrett Christiansen acts for clients on trade mark and design infringement disputes. A source enthuses: "He has very broad, strategic knowledge and is able to clarify and communicate legal issues in a very simple and effective way."
Dan Bjerg Geary advises on the IP aspects of franchise, distribution and licensing agreements. A client describes him as a "very smart lawyer who knows the law and details, but also has a great commercial understanding," adding that he is "strategically very clever."
Klaus Madsen receives plaudits for his expertise in patent disputes, often representing generic pharmaceutical companies. One source describes him as "very experienced," while another considers him to be "a very skilled litigator."
Martin Dræbye Gantzhorn assists pharmaceutical companies with IP and regulatory due diligence connected to transactions, as well as disputes pertaining to marketing and advertising issues. Sources praise his holistic and business-oriented approach.
Mikkel Friis Rossa assists clients with IP strategy and enforcement, including trade mark matters. Sources highlight "his outstanding customer service, his clear, practical and to-the-point advice, his can-do attitude and his impressive business understanding."