With his vast experience within a broad area of technology, inter alia electronic and electroacoustic systems and components, Henrik helps Guardian’s clients by providing both practical and strategic counselling, so that they may know how to act in the complex global reality of intellectual property rights.
Henrik joined Guardian IP Consulting as a partner in 2010 and is part of the management team. Before joining Guardian, he worked in the industry holding positions such as head of development and head of IP, and he worked as a consultant for several patent consultancies.
By using invention harvesting, among other things, Henrik works to identify, select, and patent particularly valuable inventions with a global aim. Especially start-ups often have limited budgets when it comes to protecting their IP rights, but even with such limitations, Henrik can create noticeable value for his clients, e.g. in connection with capital raising or sale.
Henrik works with the following areas of technology in particular: transducers, actuators, medical devices, electronic and electroacoustic components and systems, switch-mode power converters, hardware near electronic circuits, including semiconductors, MEMS technology, and application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC), e.g. proprietary memory circuits and digital signal processors (DSP).
Since 1997, Henrik has counselled both Danish and international companies on all aspects of patent protection and enforcement. Henrik has comprehensive experience in the areas of invention harvesting, drafting and prosecution of patent applications, infringement assessments, Freedom-to-Operate (FTO), and opposition cases before the European Patent Office (EPO), including extensive experience in oral proceedings.
For over 10 years, Henrik has been named Recommended Individual by IAM1000 and named IP Star by Managing IP.
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