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DLA Piper Denmark

RAADHUSPLADSEN 4, 1550 COPENHAGEN V, DENMARK
Tel:
Work +45 33 34 00 00
Fax:
Fax +45 33 34 00 01
Email:
Web:
www.dlapiper.com/da/denmark
DLA Piper Denmark, Anette Moll Berg, Copenhagen, DENMARK

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Anette Moll Berg

Tel:
Work +45 33 34 01 81
Email:
Web:
www.dlapiper.com/da/denmark/people/m/moll-berg-anette/
DLA Piper LLP (US)

Work Department

Intellectual Property and Technology

Position

Lawyer

Career

Anette Moll Berg is primarily engaged in trademarks and design as well as marketing law. She provides assistance on the selection and designing of trademarks, on registration strategies relating to trademarks and designs as well as on using and enforcing rights. She has considerable litigation experience within this area.

Furthermore, Anette is engaged in drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, including distribution agreements, licence agreements and production agreements.

Anette advises a number of Danish enterprises working with design, fashion, works of art, etc. on trademark and copyright issues.

Finally, Anette has considerable experience of commercial leases as well as of buying and selling real estate and has conducted a number of lawsuits within this area.

Member

Dansk Forening for Markedsføringsret (the Danish association for marketing law)

Education

Master of Law, the University of Copenhagen, 1988


Denmark

Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

DLA Piper Denmark's practice is highly skilled in trade mark and copyright disputes, and team head Annemette Ellermann is very active in soft IP litigation and agreements. Anette Moll Berg is also a notable name for trade mark and domain name matters.

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