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Open Minds: Divided Infringement of U.S. Patents: Risks and Opportunities

Divided Infringement of U.S. Patents:
Risks and Opportunities

Presented by David Loretto, U.S. Patent Attorney at aera

 

Though liability for U.S. patent infringement usually requires a single entity to be held responsible for direct infringement, multiple entities can also be found liable, where one entity ”directs” or ”controls” the performance of the others or where the entities form a joint enterprise. Akamai Technologies, Inc. v. Limelight Networks, Inc., 797 F.3d 1020, 1022 (Fed. Cir. 2015) (en banc).

All else being equal, the likelihood of such ”divided infringement” is greater for networked inventions and high-tech and biopharmaceutical inventions, which often include subject matter (“abstract ideas”, “laws of nature” and ”natural phenomena”) considered patent ineligible in the U.S.

At this first edition of Open Minds, David Loretto will give you an understanding of how divided infringement has been applied in U.S. courts and how such understanding can add value for patent owners and potential infringers alike.


TIME:
14.00 
Registration and coffee
14.30 Welcome by Hanane Fathi Roswall
14.35 Presentation by David Loretto
15.35 Q&A
16.00 End of event


LOCATION:
aera
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10, 5th floor
Copenhagen

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Open Copenhagen – March 2024

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, lovely music, and excellent company.

As usual, there will be a live musical performance during the event and this time we are very proud to present the Faroese singer/songwriter Teitur, who will give a rare solo show.

In Stuebar DJ Ruben Passer will be spinning his favourite songs for our pleasure.

Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.
Open takes all kinds!

If you want to be one of them please register for this event below.

LOCATION:
Hotel Cecil
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10
Copenhagen

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Open Copenhagen – November 2023

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, lovely music and excellent company.

As usual, there will be a live musical performance during the event and in Stuebar NILU will be spinning his favourite records.

Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.
Open takes all kinds!

If you want to be one of them please make sure to sign up for our email invitation list or just simply register for this event below.

LOCATION:
Hotel Cecil
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10
Copenhagen

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Open Copenhagen – September 2023

 

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, live music and excellent company.

This time we will present the South African singer/songwriter Yoav, who released his debut album Charmed and Strange in 2008 and since then three more albums. He is currently working on new music with Zulu singer Jabulile Majola, who will be making a guest appearance with him at this event.
In Stuebar DJs Ms Jekel & Morticia will play one of the infamous french, groovy and soulful back to back sets.

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please make sure to sign up for our email invitation list or just simply register for this event below.

LOCATION:
Hotel Cecil
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10
Copenhagen

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Out in the Open @ Stella Polaris – August 2023

It’s summertime and aera is going out. Out in the Open.

At Stella Polaris in Frederiksberg Have we celebrate summer with you and thousands of other music lovers in one of the most beautiful locations in the capital of Denmark.

In a closed designated area just next to the stage, we invite you to enjoy the best chill out music in the world, cold drinks, delicious food, and the best company you can imagine.

Stella Polaris runs from 12.00 – 21.00 and you are of course welcome to join before and after our Out in the Open event that runs from 16.00 – 20.00. Free entry in Frederiksberg Have.

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Out in the Open @ 3 Days of Design – June 2023

During 3 Days of Design 2023 taking place 7-9 June, aera will be
co-hosting a street event with Normann Copenhagen and
Hotel Cecil in Niels Hemmingsens Gade in Copenhagen.

On 7 June from 16 to 22 the street will be packed with design people and curious “copenhageners” listening to cool DJs and enjoying great company, so please join us for a drink between 17 and 19.

DJs: Krøi (16-18), Nicka (18-20) and Karsten Loud (20-22).

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

If you would like to be one of them please sign up at the registration link below.

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Open Aarhus – May 2023

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, delicious food, live music and excellent company at Bådcafe, one of the loveliest locations in Aarhus. The music will be delivered by Danish singer/songwriter Peter Wangel, who just released his second solo album.

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please make sure to sign up for our email invitation list or just simply register for this event below.

LOCATION:
Bådcafé
Marselisborg Havnevej 54
Aarhus

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Open Copenhagen – April 2023

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, live music and excellent company.

This time we will present TOM and His Computer, who is the alter ego for Copenhagen legend Thomas Bertelsen. You may have seen him before at Open DJ’ing in Stuebar, but this time he will be on stage downstairs at Hotel Cecil with his own musical project while Buda will be DJ’ing.

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please make sure to sign up for our email invitation list or just simply register for this event below.

LOCATION:
Hotel Cecil
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10
Copenhagen

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Open Stockholm – May 2023

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, delicious food, live music, and excellent company. Besides enjoying the beautiful view from our office space we will present a mini-concert by the Danish one-woman project Roxy Jules who will be playing a handful of her songs for you.

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please make sure to register for this event below.

LOCATION:
aera
Nybrokajen 7
111 48 Stockholm

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Open Copenhagen – February 2023

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, live music and excellent company.

On stage this time we are proud to present the young Danish pop quartet HØKER and DJ Sofie Jacobi in Stuebar.

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please make sure to sign up for our email invitation list or just simply register for this event below.

LOCATION:
Hotel Cecil
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10
Copenhagen

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Open Copenhagen – November 2022

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks and excellent company. And of course we will also serve music for you. This time we have the pleasure to present Farveblind – a young Danish trio making dark, electronic music inspired by the rave-parties of the 90-ties and DJ T.O.M.

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please send an email to
or contact your usual aera contact.

LOCATION:
Hotel Cecil
Niels Hemmingsene Gade 10
Copenhagen

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Open Together – September 2022

Join us for a morning with important insights, coffee and croissants and excellent company where Maersk, HIMPP and aera join forces focusing on NPE’s and the way to handle them.

Location: Helligaandskirken (Store Sal), Niels Hemmingsens Gade 5, Copenhagen

PROGRAMME

08:30     Registration and coffee/croissants

09:00     Welcome by Hanane Fathi Roswall (aera)

09:02     Simone Frattasi (Maersk): Towards More Systematic and Proactive Tactics for Handling NPEs

09:30     Stinus Jeppesen (HIMPP): Practicing in a world of non-practicing entities (NPEs)

10:00     Dan Fischer (aera): U.S. Continuation Practice – Not just for NPEs

10:30     Discussion and questions

11:00     End

Simone Frattasi (Maersk)
In this presentation, Simone Frattasi will share his experience about NPEs and his pursuit for the creation of more systematic and proactive tactics for handling them.

Simone Frattasi is a European Patent Attorney and a Telecommunications Engineer with a PhD in Wireless, Mobile Communications. Since June 2019, he is the Head of Global IP at MAERSK, Denmark, which, under his lead, has been awarded the Gold Award for “Best IP Department Nordics” at INIFA 2022 and the Silver Award for “Best Patent department EMEA” at ILASA 2022. From 2016 to 2019, he was the Head of the Patent Section at Sony Mobile Communications, Sweden, which, under his lead, was awarded the Silver Award for “Best IP Department Nordics” at INIFA 2019.

Stinus Jeppesen (HIMPP)
Handling of NPEs through industry partnerships, acquisitions, license agreements and post-grant procedures. Defense preparedness and practical negotiation examples.

Stinus Jeppesen is heading a multinational patent partnership HIMPP within the Hearing Aid Industry. HIMPP holds a portfolio of thousands of both fully owned and in-licensed patents, which they out-license to both partners and non-partners in the Hearing Aid field. HIMPP furthermore conducts a range of monitoring and post-grant procedures around the world using state of the art IP tools.

Dan Fischer (aera)
This presentation revolves around the importance of continuation practice in the U.S. for developing a substantive patent portfolio. This practice is not just used by NPEs, and is highly relevant to any company looking to make, use, or sell products in the U.S.

Dan Fischer is a U.S. patent attorney holding a degree in Materials Science Engineering along with his Juris Doctor. In October 2020, he joined aera to provide guidance in the complications of U.S. law, along with further developing his experience with European patents. Dan has worked in several different technical fields in his career, including telecommunications, autonomous vehicles, medical devices, oil and gas, building construction, and vehicle components, giving him a well-rounded practice and experience. Prior to joining aera, he was a partner at one of the largest IP law firms in the U.S. Dan is also a “Recommended Individual” in the IAM Patent 1000 of 2022.

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Out in the Open @ Stella Polaris – August 2022

It’s summertime and aera is going out. Out in the Open. 

At Stella Polaris in Frederiksberg Have we celebrate summer with you and thousands of other music lovers in one of the most beautiful locations in the capital. In a closed designated area just next to the stage, we will give you nine hours of the best chill out music in the world, cold drinks, delicious food, and the best company you can imagine. 

World famous DJs Dave Seaman and Darren Emerson will be there as well as the American house sensation Hercules & Love Affair and Bristol-based Elder Island and they will all be giving rare chill out set just for us.

Our own Managing Partner and European Patent Attorney Nicka Kirstejn will also be demonstrating his DJ skills, so please join us for this celebration of summer, music and good times together.

Let’s meet in the sun – staying in touch means the world to us!

Frederiksberg Have (in front of Frederiksberg Slot)
Saturday 6 August
12:00 – 21:00

 

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Open Copenhagen – June 2022

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks and excellent company. And of course we will also serve music for you. This time we have the pleasure to present the brand new project Tachys.

Tachys is a new duo consisting of Tobias Wilner (Blue Foundation, New York United, Ghost Society, Bichi) and Jonas Bjerre (Mew, Apparatjik). who have just released their debut album.

Listen to Tachys

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please send us an email at
or contact your usual aera contact.

LOCATION:
Hotel Cecil
Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10
Copenhagen

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Open Together – May 2022

Welcome to OPEN TOGETHER 2022
Copenhagen Distillery, Kløvermarksvej 70d, 2300 Copenhagen S

A global outlook requires a multifaceted touch, nicely illustrated here by four different topics shared together at this joint event.

Mary Bourke and her team will walk us through avoidance of US litigation pitfalls, while Sture Rygaard will elaborate on an important aspect of the forthcoming UPC, followed by two interesting in-house views. Nick Finnie will elaborate on what you need to know when going through a big IP due diligence, and Anna-Kathrine Fevre will share her experience on how to optimise collaboration, when working in multiple jurisdictions.

Join us for a day with important insights, inspiration, music, and delicious food and drinks in the company of like-minded people.

PROGRAMME:

16:00 Registration and coffee 

16:30 Welcome 

16:45 Mary Bourke, Dana Severance & Josh Davis (Womble Bond Dickinson)
Litigating life science cases in the US – how to prepare, common pitfalls, and practical tips 

17:15 Sture Rygaard (Plesner)
Use of experts and experiments in the UPC system 

17:45 Break 

18:00 Nick Finnie (ADC Therapeutics)
Surviving Due Diligence 

18:30 Anna-Kathrine Fevre (Ferring Pharmaceuticals)
Working together internally and externally – even at a distance 

19:00 Food and drinks 

20:00 Music: Mini concert with Rebecca Lou 

21:00 Open Together ends

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Open Stockholm – May 2022

Open returns to Stockholm – Welcome to our new office

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, lights snacks, smooth music and excellent company at our new office at Nybrokajen 7 in the heart of Stockholm.

Open takes all kinds! Open brings together creative people across companies and industries.

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Open Special 2022 ONLINE – April 2022

Welcome to OPEN Special 2022 – ONLINE:
Time: 1 April – 16:30 – 19:00

aera has partnered with RightHub Limited for the online version of Open Special 2022: Explore the future of IP litigation in Europe.

We will be streaming the three keynote speeches and the final debate live from Hotel Cecil in Copenhagen on several platforms from 16:30 – 19.00 on 1 April.

This year the UPC will finally enter into force and this event will inspire you in your preparations for a new aera in European IP litigation.

Richard Hung takes us through the dynamics of big scale IP litigation in the US, while Willem Hoyng will explain how the UPC will change the landscape of Europe. Finally Stephanie Southwick gives us an introduction to the field of litigation funding.

Join us for a day with important insights, inspiration, music, and delicious food and drinks in the company of like-minded people.

Richard Hung (MORRISON & FOERSTER): Why bother with IP litigation in the US?

US IP litigation is from a European perspective perceived as costly, not worth it. It is complicated and longsome and you rarely hear people in the states say that they love IP litigation. But what can we learn from perhaps the most hyped IP litigation case ever, the “Apple vs Samsung” case and the seven-year-long patent fight over iPhone copying? Richard Hung who led the case on behalf of Apple will guide us through.

Richard Hung is the co–chair of Morrison & Foerster’s IP Litigation Group and the cross–disciplinary Intellectual Property Group. He handles complex technology matters for clients in state and federal trial and appellate courts. He has represented plaintiffs and defendants in high–stakes patent litigation, competitor‑on–competitor cases, non–practicing entity assertions, and trade secret misappropriation disputes—obtaining consent judgments in multiple cases. Richard Hung also represents clients in adversarial proceedings before the USPTO and advises clients on strategic offensive and defensive patent licensing and acquisition issues.

Willem Hoyng (HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER): The wolf IS coming – future IP litigation under the UPC

What will change strategically when the UPC enters into force in the fall? Will Scandinavian industry now be haunted by obscure patentees, will we see trolls gearing up in Europe, or will everybody opt out? How do we prepare?

Professor Willem Hoyng is a partner at HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER. He was a member of the drafting committee of the Rules of Proceedings of UPC and member of the Advisory Committee of the UPC Preparatory Committee. He also advises the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs on UPC matters.

His practice primarily consists of litigating in the field of intellectual property law. He acts before all the national courts (the courts of first instance, the courts of appeal and the Supreme Court), and regularly litigates before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and the European Patent Office (EPO). He is also involved in advising on European patent strategies and coordinating and conducting European patent proceedings. He is the adviser of many innovative Dutch and foreign multinationals, including pharma and biotech companies.

Stephanie Southwick (OMNI BRIDGEWAY): Is litigation funding friend or foe?

Litigation funding is a widespread business in the US, but not as well-known in Europe. However, it may very well be a solution worth investigating for many European SMEs faced with infringement cases caused by the coming unitary patent system. Stephanie will teach us why and how the underwriting process shapes the deal.

Stephanie Southwick is an Investment Manager for Omni Bridgeway. Prior to joining Omni Bridgeway, Stephanie was the Managing Partner of Greenfield Southwick LLP, a boutique business and intellectual property litigation firm. She is experienced in representing start-ups, tech companies, investors, and manufacturers in IP disputes and trade secret cases.

Stephanie’s guiding principle is “do not stop at the obvious. Whether shaping a legal theory or uncovering a witness, creative strategy is key to achieving results.” She brings this approach into her litigation funding deal structuring and diligence process, partnering with claimants and law firms to design deals that work for all parties involved and facilitate the pursuit of optimal litigation outcomes.

Jacob Bellens:

Thanks to his unique voice and his talent for heart-touching melodies, Jacob Bellens has become one of the most distinctive figures on the Scandinavian music scene. From 2004 to 2011, he released eight albums with his bands Livstrompet, Murder, and I Got You On Tape, before he debuted as a solo artist with The Daisy Age in 2012. Since then, five solo albums from Bellen’s hands have seen the light. His solo work spans over many different genres, but always shows his distinctive sense for melodies and his characteristic voice.

On this occasion Bellens will perform with his trio set up and present songs from his solo repertoire, including his latest album My Heart Is Hungry and The Days Go By So Quickly from 2020.

Programme:

16.30   Welcome

16.45   Richard Hung: Why bother with IP litigation in the US?

17.15   Willem Hoyng: The wolf IS coming – future IP litigation under the UPC

17.45   Break

18.00   Stephanie Southwick: Is litigation funding friend or foe?

18.30   Panel discussion – moderator: Henrik Skødt, aera

RightHub Limited is the platform for the IP industry that enables any organisation or individual in the IP or innovation space to connect, transact, and manage anything related to IP.

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Open Special – April 2022: Explore the future of IP litigation in Europe

Welcome to OPEN Special 2022:
Time: 1 April – 16:00 – 22:00

Place: Hotel Cecil, Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10, Copenhagen

This year the UPC will finally enter into force and this event will inspire you in your preparations for a new aera in European IP litigation.

Richard Hung takes us through the dynamics of big scale IP litigation in the US, while Willem Hoyng will explain how the UPC will change the landscape of Europe. Finally Stephanie Southwick gives us an introduction to the field of litigation funding.

Join us for a day with important insights, inspiration, music, and delicious food and drinks in the company of like-minded people.

Richard Hung (MORRISON & FOERSTER): Why bother with IP litigation in the US?

US IP litigation is from a European perspective perceived as costly, not worth it. It is complicated and longsome and you rarely hear people in the states say that they love IP litigation. But what can we learn from perhaps the most hyped IP litigation case ever, the “Apple vs Samsung” case and the seven-year-long patent fight over iPhone copying? Richard Hung who led the case on behalf of Apple will guide us through.

Richard Hung is the co–chair of Morrison & Foerster’s IP Litigation Group and the cross–disciplinary Intellectual Property Group. He handles complex technology matters for clients in state and federal trial and appellate courts. He has represented plaintiffs and defendants in high–stakes patent litigation, competitor‑on–competitor cases, non–practicing entity assertions, and trade secret misappropriation disputes—obtaining consent judgments in multiple cases. Richard Hung also represents clients in adversarial proceedings before the USPTO and advises clients on strategic offensive and defensive patent licensing and acquisition issues.

Willem Hoyng (HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER): The wolf IS coming – future IP litigation under the UPC

What will change strategically when the UPC enters into force in the fall? Will Scandinavian industry now be haunted by obscure patentees, will we see trolls gearing up in Europe, or will everybody opt out? How do we prepare?

Professor Willem Hoyng is a partner at HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER. He was a member of the drafting committee of the Rules of Proceedings of UPC and member of the Advisory Committee of the UPC Preparatory Committee. He also advises the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs on UPC matters.

His practice primarily consists of litigating in the field of intellectual property law. He acts before all the national courts (the courts of first instance, the courts of appeal and the Supreme Court), and regularly litigates before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and the European Patent Office (EPO). He is also involved in advising on European patent strategies and coordinating and conducting European patent proceedings. He is the adviser of many innovative Dutch and foreign multinationals, including pharma and biotech companies.

Stephanie Southwick (OMNI BRIDGEWAY): Is litigation funding friend or foe?

Litigation funding is a widespread business in the US, but not as well-known in Europe. However, it may very well be a solution worth investigating for many European SMEs faced with infringement cases caused by the coming unitary patent system. Stephanie will teach us why and how the underwriting process shapes the deal.

Stephanie Southwick is an Investment Manager for Omni Bridgeway. Prior to joining Omni Bridgeway, Stephanie was the Managing Partner of Greenfield Southwick LLP, a boutique business and intellectual property litigation firm. She is experienced in representing start-ups, tech companies, investors, and manufacturers in IP disputes and trade secret cases.

Stephanie’s guiding principle is “do not stop at the obvious. Whether shaping a legal theory or uncovering a witness, creative strategy is key to achieving results.” She brings this approach into her litigation funding deal structuring and diligence process, partnering with claimants and law firms to design deals that work for all parties involved and facilitate the pursuit of optimal litigation outcomes.

Jacob Bellens:

Thanks to his unique voice and his talent for heart-touching melodies, Jacob Bellens has become one of the most distinctive figures on the Scandinavian music scene. From 2004 to 2011, he released eight albums with his bands Livstrompet, Murder, and I Got You On Tape, before he debuted as a solo artist with The Daisy Age in 2012. Since then, five solo albums from Bellen’s hands have seen the light. His solo work spans over many different genres, but always shows his distinctive sense for melodies and his characteristic voice.

On this occasion Bellens will perform with his trio set up and present songs from his solo repertoire, including his latest album My Heart Is Hungry and The Days Go By So Quickly from 2020.

Programme:

16.00   Registration and coffee

16.30   Welcome

16.45   Richard Hung: Why bother with IP litigation in the US?

17.15   Willem Hoyng: The wolf IS coming – future IP litigation under the UPC

17.45   Break

18.00   Stephanie Southwick: Is litigation funding friend or foe?

18.30   Panel discussion – moderator: Henrik Skødt, aera

19.00   Food and drinks

21.00   Concert: Jacob Bellens

22.00   Open ends*

*After 22 it will be possible to stay in Stuebar and after 23 in Hotel Cecil’s night club Cecil AM.

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Domsdatabasen (The Judgment Database) is open

Yesterday January 6 2022, Danmarks Domstole (The Courts of Denmark) opened Domsdatabasen (The Judgment Database) where you can search and find judgments handed down by the Courts of Denmark.

Read more here: https://lnkd.in/ddcd5J2G
(In Danish)

Please contact us if you need any assistance.

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OPEN – Stockholm

Finally! It’s time for our first OPEN event in Stockholm

Join us for a lovely afternoon with cold drinks, lights snacks, smooth music and excellent company at our office at Malmskillnadsgatan 32 in the heart of Stockholm.

OPEN takes all kinds! And brings together creative people across companies and industries. 

If you know likeminded creative people that you would like to bring, let us know. Send us an email to or contact your usual aera representative

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OPEN – the great return

Back once again for the creative masters – Open returns!

We’ve moved to the centre of Copenhagen, and we can’t wait to show you our new office space on the 5th floor of Niels Hemmingsens Gade 10 with a spectacular view of the historic parts of the inner city.

From 17:30 the musical part of OPEN will take place in the basement venue Hotel Cecil where Danish singer/songwriter Tomas Høffding will give a special show just for us. Høffding just released his debut solo album, but most of you may already know him from his role as 1/3 of WhoMadeWho.

OPEN takes all kinds! And brings together creative people across companies and industries. If you know likeminded creative people that you would like to bring, let us know. Send us an email at or contact your usual aera representative.

See you soon!

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Open October 2020

Open returns with October Fest 2020

Ever since our cancellations in the spring, we have been eager to welcome you back to Open, and even though nobody knows what the future will bring, we hope that it will be possible to safely gather on Friday 2 October where Open will return.

Everything will of course depend on the recommended coronavirus guidelines, and we will constantly monitor the development of the situation.

October Fest equals beer, and just like last year, we will present three different aera beers at the event, brewed by Henrik Mathiassen from Zealand Pharma. We will also host a mini concert and curate engagement with other creative people while we share the best view of Copenhagen from the top of Codanhus.

Save the date and let us know if you want to receive an invitation directly: 

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aera opens in Sweden

As of today, aera expands its operations in Sweden with a separate legal entity – aera AB – and our office in Stockholm is now open for business.

Managing Partner Nicka Kirstejn says: “As a growing Scandinavian company with an international perspective, we are very proud to launch our Swedish operation already in the beginning of our third year in business. Our Swedish team look forward to welcoming new colleagues and of course to assisting our Swedish clients out of our new office”.

The Stockholm office is centrally located at Malmskillnadsgatan 32, and we look forward to inviting you to visit us there soon.

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Open – the March edition

Welcome to Open – our first Friday of the month gathering with classy drinks and cultural entertainment.

This time we have invited the excellent Australian singer/songwriter Jackson Dyer to do an intimate mini-concert before his show at Vega later the same day.
Dyer released his debut album Compartments in 2016 and last year the successor Inlet came out.

Listen to one of his songs here.

Open brings together creative people from many different companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please send us an email at or contact your usual aera contact.

SAVE THE DATE:
Open Special will take place on Friday, May 15th
Open Talks – Music – Food – Drinks – Networking… and Dancing

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New Year’s Reception

Welcome to Open New Year’s Reception!

The first edition of Open in 2020 will take place on Friday the 31st of January where we will celebrate the new year with champagne and petit fours (kransekage).

We have also invited the Danish singer/songwriter Christian Juncker who will perform a handful of his brilliant pop songs. Christian Juncker is famous for his theme songs for the highly popular Danish tv series “Kurs mod fjerne kyster” and “Kurs mod nord”.

Listen to one of his songs here.

Open brings together creative people from many different companies and industries.

If you want to be one of them please send us an email on or contact your usual Aera contact.

SAVE THE DATE:
Open Special will take place on Friday, May 15th
Open Talks – Music – Food – Drinks – Networking …and Dancing