Mrs Nina Ringen > Lundgrens > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile

Lundgrens
TUBORG BOULEVARD 12
2900 HELLERUP
Denmark

Work Department

Intellectual Property (IP)

Position

Partner. Nina Ringen is an experienced adviser and throughout her career, she has advised many foreign and domestic clients on establishing, commercialising and enforcing IP rights. She also advises on transactional matters pertaining to IP and handles a wide range of issues and questions relating to marketing law, including regulatory compliance and clearance of companies.
During the last couple of years, Nina has advised large classified companies in connection with drafting and implementing their global trademark and design strategies. Nina regularly speaks at seminars and training courses on IP law and related matters, and she is a permanent rapporteur to the World Trademark Review.

Career

Nina joined Lundgrens as partner in 2013. Before that she worked with Plesner (2009-2012), Kromann Reumert (2005-2009) and the Danish Ministry of Justice as Head of Section (2000-2005).

Languages

English and the Scandinavian languages.

Memberships

The Danish Bar Association, Danish Anti Counterfeiting Group (DACG) – Chairman, Foreningen Industriel Retsbeskyttelse (FIR), International Trademark Association (INTA), International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI).

Education

Nina obtained her Master of Laws from the University of Copenhagen (2000).

Lawyer Rankings

Denmark > Intellectual property

(Leading individuals)

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Lundgrens is particularly active in contentious work ‘ranging from complex cross-border trade mark litigation cases to local trade mark prosecution issues’, as well as patent infringement cases. Following the loss of Jakob Krag Nielsen to Horten, Nina Ringen, who is ‘one of the most experienced trade mark lawyers in Denmark’, is now sole practice leader. Alongside its disputes specialism, the group also possesses non-contentious capabilities, including expertise in handling trade mark portfolios, copyright regulations, design issues, trade secrets, domain names, anti-counterfeit programs and the IP aspects of transactions.