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Kromann Reumert

5 SUNDKROGSGADE, 2100 COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Tel:
Work +45 70 12 12 11
Fax:
Fax +45 70 12 13 11
Email:
Web:
www.kromannreumert.com
Aarhus, Brussels, Copenhagen, London

Nicolai Lindgreen

Tel:
Work +45 38 77 43 70
Email:
Web:
en.kromannreumert.com/People/Nicolai-Lindgreen
Kromann Reumert

Work Department

Intellectual property.

Position

Partner. Practice group leader for Intellectual property.

Career

Nicolai Lindgreen was born in 1967, joined Kromann Reumert in 1988 and became a partner in 2000. Nicolai Lindgreen's primary field of expertise is patent, trademark and other IP litigation. He also advises on technology transfer, licensing, R&D and similar agreements.

Languages

English, The Scandinavian Languages.

Member

Member of the European Patent Lawyers Association (EPLAW), the Licensing Executives Society (LES), the European Communities Trademark Association (ECTA), the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA), the International Trademark Association (INTA), the Danish Supreme Court Bar Association, among others. Vice President of the Danish Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights and of the Danish AIPPI Group. Assistant Reporter General of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) 2004-2010. AIPPI Award of Merit 2011.

Education

Master of Laws (cand. jur.) from the University of Copenhagen 1990. Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Jesus College, Cambridge 1995. Admitted to practise law 1993. Right of audience before the Danish Supreme Court 1999.


Denmark

Intellectual property

Within: Leading individuals

Nicolai Lindgreen - Kromann Reumert

Within: Intellectual property

Kromann Reumert covers the full spectrum of IP law for clients including Pandora and McDonald's. Recent highlights include patent litigator and practice head Nicolai Lindgreen acting for Coloplast, which sought a preliminary injunction against MBH relating to the sale of a urinary catheter which allegedly infringed upon the client's patents; and trade mark and copyrights litigator Frank Bøggild representing Coop in a dispute regarding its use of ceramics and art in its adverts without the consent of the original artists. Other noteworthy names include Martin Dahl Pedersen, who is an expert in copyright and domain name disputes; and Nicolaj Bording, who is skilled in trade mark and patent litigation.

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