New study: Economic Implications of Automatic Injunctions Under German Patent Law

Automatic injunctive relief in German patent law shifts bargaining power between a patentee (plaintiff) and a defendant to the patentee. This will impact both settlement behaviour and the settlement payment. However, the economic value of the defendant’s product and the financial damage due to injunction – as opposed to the economic value of the invention – will govern the settlement outcome. We examine one case study and find the estimated settlement payment exceeds the value of the invention by more than ten thousand.

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For further information, please contact Hendrik Fügemann or Claire Foley Danielsson

Katrine Poulsgaard and Christina Krogh joins Copenhagen Economics

Copenhagen Economics has hired Katrine Poulsgaard and Christina Krogh. They both join our Copenhagen office.

Katrine Poulsgaard is hired as Economist. She holds an M.Sc. in Economics & Management from Aarhus University and has recently worked as a Consultant at QVARTZ Management Consulting.

Christina is hired as Accountant. Having more than 10 years of experience as an accounting consultant, she will be a great contribution to our Business Support team.

New vacancy: Experienced transfer pricing consultant for Stockholm

We are currently looking for an experienced transfer pricing consultant with excellent economic skills to join our Intellectual Property & Transfer Pricing team in Stockholm. We are renowned for providing our international clients with impactful advice. This includes applying state-of-the-art economic models for determining transfer prices for intangible assets, services, goods and financial transactions.

Working with us, you will enable our clients worldwide to make better strategic decisions on topics such as which markets to invest in and how to mirror the company's strategy in the (transfer pricing) value chain.

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For further information, please contact Partner Hendrik Fügemann

Sign up for our seminar series on the economics of competition law

Join us on 10 October and 28 November in Stockholm for our seminars on the economics of competition law. Please note that the seminars will be held in Swedish.

The series is directed towards competition lawyers at law firms in Sweden who want to increase their understanding of economic analyses and arguments used by competition authorities and economic experts.

For each seminar, we use case work and concrete examples to present and discuss the principles and relevance of the use of economics to address competition law issues.

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New study: SAS is a major contributor to the Scandinavian economy

SAS contributes with a yearly value of SEK 34.2 billion to the Scandinavian economy through the airlines’ own activities and knock-on impacts on suppliers and other Scandinavian firms. SAS also contributes to the Scandinavian economy through added air connectivity, which boosts tourism, trade and foreign direct investments. As a network carrier with hubs at Arlanda, Kastrup and Oslo airports, SAS contributes more to the Scandinavian economy than point-to-point carriers.

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For further information, please contact Eva Rytter Sunesen