Partner: Jesper Mark Wenzel
Year of Establishment: 1901
Number of Partners: 4
Number of IP Practitioners: 12
Languages: Danish, English, Swedish, German, French
Network Memberships: ADIPA, FIR, AIPPI, EPI, FICPI, INTA, ECTA, PIMG
Budde Schou is one of Scandinavia’s oldest and most respected firms of IP attorneys dating back to 1901. Budde Schou has comprehensive expertise within all aspects of intellectual property rights.
The dedicated Patent Attorneys at Budde Schou offer advice and assistance to national as well as international corporate clients and smaller companies. They hold invaluable experience in respect to technical and legal issues pertaining to their field.
Budde Schou’s core business is drafting and prosecuting IP applications (patents, trademarks, designs and utility models) and providing consultancy services in respect to all IP related activities ranging from IP analyses to the establishment and enforcement of rights, including assistance in the development of an overall strategy as a business tool for commercial success.
Last updated 16th June 2021
Key IP Areas: Copyright & related rights, Designs, Intellectual property (contentious), Intellectual property (prosecution), IP transactions, ITC litigation, Life sciences IP, Patent, Patent contentious, Patent prosecution, PTAB litigation, Trade mark, Trade mark contentious, Trade mark prosecution
Key Sector Expertise: Aerospace, Advertising, Aerospace, Agriculture, Artificial intelligence, Arts, Automotive, Biotechnology, Chemical, Computer technology & services, Construction & materials, Defence, E-commerce, Electrical, Electronics, Fashion & luxury goods, Film, Financial services, FMCG, Food & beverage, Furniture, Gaming, Hospitality & leisure, ICT & software, Industrials, Instruments, Internet, Life sciences, Logistics, Manufacturing, Mechanical, Media, Medical device, Mining, Music, Nanotechnology, Not-for-profit, Oil & gas, Optics & photonics, Pharmaceutical, Professional services, Publishing, Real estate, Renewable energy, Retail, Robotics, Semiconductors, Sports, Technology hardware, Telecommunication, Tobacco, Transport, Universities & research, Utilities