Intellectual Property

Vinge’s intellectual property law experts are well known both in Sweden and internationally.

We help our clients manage, optimise and protect their most important business assets. Our focus is on giving support that works in a commercial context. We do this by combining our thorough legal knowledge with our understanding of how regulatory regimes work and the commercial opportunities they can offer.

Our advice

Vinge can help in disputes and contract negotiations, transactions, strategic work, trademark and pattern applications, and other areas of intellectual property law.

Our expertise includes
  • copyright law
  • patent law
  • trademark law, including monitoring and renewing existing registrations
  • market law
  • design law
  • trade secrets
Our collective expertise

Where required, we team up with the firm’s specialists in other areas of law such as IT, competition and tax.

What the ranking organisations say

“Highly regarded team with a broad offering in IP matters. Particularly noted for its advice on contentious matters with a growing reputation for patents and an increasing prosecution offering. Frequently also handles transactional work, working closely with other departments … Very professional and friendly staff, well organised and helpful. There is nothing to be improved. The service is excellent.” (Chambers and Partners, 2017)

“Competent and straightforward.” (Legal 500, 2017)

 

Related news

Vinge top ranked in Legal 500

Vinge has received the highest ranking within14 of 17 categories in Legal 500’s ranking list which was published recently.

April 16, 2019

Vinge receives prestigious IP award 

On Thursday, 7 March 2019, Vinge received the prestigious award - Sweden Trade Mark Contentious Firm of the Year 2019 at a ceremony in London. 

March 8, 2019

Vinge’s IP team recruits three top candidates

Vinge has strengthened and developed the IP practice group by recruiting three sector specialists – intellectual property law postdoctoral researcher Stojan Arnerstål, senior IP lawyer Sofia Ljungblad and paralegal Kerstin Lagercrantz.

March 6, 2019