Datavard Among 2016 Top-Innovators

Datavard Among 2016 Top-Innovators
TOP-100 mentor, Ranga Yogeshwar, handing award to Datavard (Source: KD Busch/compamedia)

West Chester, June 27th, 2016 – Software and consulting company, Datavard, ranks among the most innovative top 100 German mid-sized companies. The Top 100 Award was received at the Deutsche Mittelstands-Summit in Essen for successful innovation management.

Datavard”s success has been propelled by an innovative approach since being established in 2011. 60% of Datavard”s current revenue is generated through cutting-edge products and services, with 30% revenue increases from improving process innovations. “At Datavard, we consider innovation paramount, and we are delighted to be recognized as a TOP 100-Innovator”, says CEO Gregor Stoeckler. “Maximizing customer benefit while minimizing expenditure is our core objective when it comes to innovation.”

Thanks to the SCRUM Methodology, Datavard”s development processes stay agile and market-oriented. The company regularly hosts Customer-Innovation-Circle events to generate ideas that are co-developed with customers. New solution prototypes are constantly validated through partners and analysts, which are then tested by selected customers. Market entry is jointly decided by mixed teams consisting of management, development and sales. Top management solution-oriented leaders encourage open communication and intensive interaction of all 160 employees, in seven global offices. Due to this culture of open innovation, more than 1,000 recommendations for improvement were issued with 90% implementation.

About TOP 100
Since 1993, compamedia has awarded TOP-100-signet for special innovative power and above average innovations success to midsized companies. Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration has been in charge of academic management since 2002. TV-personality and academic journalist Ranga Yogeshwar hosts TOP 100. Partners of this project are Fraunhofer society for applied science and BVMW. Media partner is German Manager Magazin. For further information visit www.top100-germany.com

Datavard is an international provider of SAP solutions in the areas of analytics, data management and system operation. Gartner has awarded Datavard as the leading Niche Player in the current “Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement.” International companies, including Fortune 500 like Allianz, BASF and Nestle as well as SMEs, choose Datavard as a reliable and innovative partner for optimizing business intelligence analytics, data management, system management and operations, test automation, system landscape optimization (SLO) and SAP HANA implementations.

The privately held company was founded in 1998 and is one of the fastest growing technology companies. Datavard is based in Heidelberg with subsidiaries across EMEA and the USA. Further information can be found at www.datavard.com or on social media at Twitter, Xing, LinkedIn und Expert Blog.

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Datavard Inc.
Suzan Weaver
West Gay Street 200
PA 19380 West Chester
001 484-983-3330
pr@datavard.com
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Withdraw from loans in due course and benefit from low interim interest

Withdraw from loans in due course and benefit from low interim interest

Withdraw from loans in due course and benefit from low interim interest

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It is often possible to save several thousand euros by withdrawing from a real estate loan. Having said that, this so-called “ewiges Widerrufsrecht”, or perpetual right of withdrawal, shall cease to exist for legacy contracts on June 21, 2016.

GRP Rainer Lawyers and Tax Advisors in Cologne, Berlin, Bonn, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and London conclude: With the implementation of the EU Directive on Residential Property Loans, what is sometimes referred to as a perpetual right of withdrawal is set to come to an end for legacy contracts on June 21, 2016. Anybody who still wishes to withdraw from a real estate loan agreement concluded between 2002 and 2010 should therefore take action. After the deadline has expired, it will no longer be possible to withdraw.

Due to the fact that banks and savings banks frequently made use of flawed guidance on the right of withdrawal with respect to real estate loans concluded between 2002 and 2010, the withdrawal period never commenced in many of these cases. As a consequence, it is still possible to withdraw from and rescind these agreements even years after they were taken out. In doing so, consumers can restructure their debts under favourable conditions and benefit from the current low level of interest rates. Depending on the loan amount and interest rate conditions, they often stand to save several thousand euros.

Even though it will no longer be possible to withdraw from these legacy contracts after June 21, 2016, withdrawal remains a possibility until that date. For withdrawal from a loan to be successful, it is necessary for the bank in question to have used flawed guidance concerning the right of withdrawal. Ambiguous wording pertaining to the commencement of the withdrawal period, e.g. by using the word “frühestens” (at the earliest), could indicate that the guidance on the right of withdrawal is flawed. Notwithstanding this, it is not easy for a layperson to determine whether the bank has properly informed him about his withdrawal options. In order to assess the guidance he received regarding withdrawal, he can turn to a lawyer who is versed in the field of banking law (http://www.grprainer.com/en/legal-advice/banking-law.html).

If the criteria are met and the issue of follow-up financing has been clarified, withdrawal should be declared vis-à-vis the bank. Even if the bank does not accept the withdrawal, the legal situation is clear in most cases. Common arguments advanced by the banks such as that the right of withdrawal has been forfeited or exercised in bad faith have since been rejected by various courts. Even the fact that a loan has been prematurely paid off by way of an early repayment penalty does not usually represent an obstacle to withdrawal.

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GRP Rainer LLP is an international law firm with lawyers and tax advisers specializing in business law, commercial law and company law and tax law. The attorneys counsel international commercial and industrial companies and corporations, as well as associations, mid-sized businesses, institutional investors and private individuals worldwide from offices in Cologne, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Germany and London UK.

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OLG Frankfurt: Unclear commencement of term renders guidance on right of withdrawal ineffective

OLG Frankfurt: Unclear commencement of term renders guidance on right of withdrawal ineffective

OLG Frankfurt: Unclear commencement of term renders guidance on right of withdrawal ineffective

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If the guidance on the right of withdrawal in a loan agreement includes the words “die Widerrufsfrist beginnt frühestens mit Erhalt dieser Belehrung” (the withdrawal period shall commence at the earliest upon receipt of this guidance), withdrawal is likely to be an option.

GRP Rainer Lawyers and Tax Advisors in Cologne, Berlin, Bonn, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and London conclude: The OLG Frankfurt am Main (Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main) has ruled in line with various other higher regional courts that the words “die Frist beginnt frühestens mit Erhalt dieser Belehrung” do not clearly indicate when the withdrawal period actually commences in the case of loan agreements, with the result that the withdrawal period does not commence and it remains possible even years after a loan has been taken out to withdraw from it. In its judgment of January 27, 2016, the OLG Frankfurt went on to say that the fact that a loan has already been prematurely paid off by means of an early repayment penalty does not exclude this possibility (Az.: 17 U 16/15).

In the present case, a consumer had taken out two loan agreements in 2007 for real estate financing purposes. Following the sale of the property, he prematurely paid off the loan agreements in 2014 by paying early repayment penalties. Around two months later, he withdrew from the loan agreements and brought a legal action for recovery of the early repayment fees. The OLG Frankfurt granted the claim, stating that the wording “die Frist beginnt frühestens mit Erhalt dieser Belehrung” was unclear. Consequently, the guidance on the right of withdrawal was flawed and the withdrawal had been effective.

The Court held that the bank could not invoke the protection of legitimate expectations, as this kind of protection would essentially only have been relevant if the bank had made use of guidance concerning the right of withdrawal that was completely consistent both in terms of content and presentation with the respective standard guidance. It ruled that two months after the loan”s repayment and payment of the early repayment penalty, the right of withdrawal had neither been forfeited nor exercised improperly. The OLG concluded that since the right of withdrawal can be exercised without explanation, it could not be said that the right had been exercised improperly just because the consumer wanted to obtain an economic advantage from doing so.

Consumers are still able to withdraw from real estate loans concluded between 2002 and 2010 if they received flawed guidance pertaining to their withdrawal options. Having said that, this so-called “ewiges Widerrufsrecht” (perpetual right of withdrawal) is set to come to an end on June 21, 2016. It will no longer be possible to withdraw from legacy contracts after this date. A lawyer who is competent in the field of banking law (http://www.grprainer.com/en/legal-advice/banking-law.html) can examine whether the conditions for withdrawal have been met.

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GRP Rainer LLP is an international law firm with lawyers and tax advisers specializing in business law, commercial law and company law and tax law. The attorneys counsel international commercial and industrial companies and corporations, as well as associations, mid-sized businesses, institutional investors and private individuals worldwide from offices in Cologne, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Germany and London UK.

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Tulips from Amsterdam for the SKIDATA staff – a successful trade fair and new contracts in The Netherlands

Contracts secured just in time for the Intertraffic infrastructure trade fair

Tulips from Amsterdam for the SKIDATA staff - a successful trade fair and new contracts in The Netherlands
Tulips from Amsterdam for the SKIDATA staff

The Salzburg company SKIDATA racked up a double success in Amsterdam: the first reason to celebrate is the awarding of contracts to equip numerous parking garages in Amsterdam. The Dutch capital will soon have a total of 22 parking garages equipped with SKIDATA access solutions. Paramount is the integration of the newest technology in parking management such as license plate recognition or payment via cell phone or QR/print@home tickets. The second reason is a successful trade fair appearance at this year’s Intertraffic, the leading trade fair for traffic and transportation technology which takes place every other year in Amsterdam. SKIDATA, the innovative leader in access solutions, was among the 800 exhibitors – and this is not the only trade show our staff will attend this year!

Staff regularly acts as SKIDATA ambassadors at trade fairs and career events

No one is better qualified to act as a representative than the employees who work with SKIDATA products and services each and every day. For this reason it is not only staff from sales and marketing, but also project managers, for example, who have the opportunity to represent SKIDATA at trade fairs. First-hand information is also extremely valuable when it comes to careers. Graduates and students learned about career opportunities at this Salzburg-based company from SKIDATA staff themselves at numerous career fairs in April (including the IKoRo 2016 and Teconomy in Graz). “First-hand accounts are of course the most exciting kind for visitors to the SKIDATA booth. Our colleagues explain their own career path and give an insider’s view of the opportunities at SKIDATA,” explains Sophie Fürst from our Human Resources department.

Newcomers wanted! SKIDATA is seeking international recruits

Working in international teams is a matter of course at a global company such as SKIDATA. People entering or re-entering the workforce and high-achievers from the areas of software, service technology and IT especially appreciate the open, international work environment and familiar company culture at SKIDATA, headquartered in Grödig just outside Salzburg, Austria.
One excellent way to meet us and learn more about the company is at career fairs and events. Find all dates and get more details by visiting http://www.skidata.com/en/career/skidata-career-events.html

SKIDATA is an international leader in the field of access solutions and their management. Almost 10,000 SKIDATA installations worldwide in ski resorts, shopping centers, major airports, municipalities, sports stadiums, trade shows, and amusement parks provide secure and reliable access and entry control for people and vehicles. SKIDATA places great value in providing solutions that are intuitive, easy to use, and secure. The integrated concepts of SKIDATA solutions help clients optimize performance and maximize profits. SKIDATA Group (www.skidata.com) belongs to the publicly traded Swiss Kudelski Group (www.nagra.com), a leading provider of digital security solutions.

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SKIDATA AG
Mag. Belkis Etz
Untersbergstraße 40
5083 Grödig/Salzburg
+43 6246 888-0
jobs@skidata.com
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ZEON Presents New High-Performance HNBR – Zetpol®

Improvements in Compression Set, Long-term Aging, and Processability Enhance Sealing Applications

ZEON Presents New High-Performance HNBR - Zetpol®
Dr. Kai Kremer is Commercial Manager of the HNBR division at ZEON Europe

ZEON – a leading and globally operating producer of specialty polymers – introduces with the new High-Performance HNBR (Zetpol®) compounding technology a hydrogenated nitrile butadiene rubber with outstanding next-generation properties. ZEON’s newly designed HNBR compounds offer new opportunities for sealing applications by providing improvements in compression set, long-term aging, and processability. “Our new High-Performance Zetpol® contains unique polymer architecture and a specific cure site monomer in the polymer chain,” explained Dr. Kai Kremer, recently assigned Commercial Manager of the HNBR division at ZEON Europe. “This gives greatly improved compression set resistance compared to conventional peroxide-cured HNBR.” The improvement in compression set resistance is magnified over longer aging times and especially in thin cross-sectioned articles such as O-rings, seals and gaskets.

About Zeon Europe GmbH
ZEON Europe GmbH is the European subsidiary of ZEON Corporation, located in Duesseldorf, Germany. The leading and global-operating specialty polymer company has currently more than 3,100 employees at 44 locations worldwide.

From elastomers for tire applications up to heat and oil resistant specialty elastomers for technical rubber articles cover the broad range of the elastomer product portfolio of ZEON.

ZEON is focusing on the research and development of sustainable polymer products for the future. As a recognized material development partner, ZEON is constantly working on specific solutions for the customers. The typical applications of ZEON”s elastomer materials can be found in versatile industry branches such as automotive/mobility, aerospace, building and construction, machinery, printing and paper as well as oil and gas. More information is available on the website at www.zeon.eu.

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ZEON Europe GmbH
Svea Meuser
Hansaallee 249
40549 Duesseldorf
+49 211 5267 127
ma@ahlendorf-communication.com
http://www.zeon.eu/

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ahlendorf communication
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perma STAR VARIO Generation 2.0 – Redefines User-friendliness

perma STAR VARIO Generation 2.0 - Redefines User-friendliness
perma STAR VARIO

Euerdorf, Germany – Lubrication plays an important role in maintenance programs. Equipment breakdowns caused by insufficient or incorrect lubrication can have fatal and costly consequences. In some cases they can even stop the entire production. Correct lubrication is therefore a basic requirement for trouble-free operation. The new perma STAR VARIO ensures optimum lubrication regardless of changing temperatures, high counter pressure, or contamination at the lubrication point.

The electromechanical lubrication system was invented 15 years ago and has proven itself in all kinds of industries. The new version offers many improvements: LCD-display with push button control, all around LED lights and a new design.

The LCD-display with push button control is self-explanatory and makes programming extremely simple. The all around LED signal offers visual control of the operating status even from a distance. The system assembles and installs in just minutes. With a pressure build-up of up to 6 bar it works reliably over a wide temperature range from -10 °C to +60 °C.

Fast, easy set up

perma STAR VARIO consists of a transparent LC unit filled with oil or grease, a powerful battery set, and a reusable drive unit. Just insert the battery, screw drive unit and LC unit together, push the button to enter the desired discharge period (1 – 12 months) and LC size (60, 120, 250 cm³) and the system is ready to go.

One lubrication system for all types of applications

perma STAR VARIO is suitable for indoor or outdoor applications with high or low ambient temperatures. The high pressure build-up to 6 bar makes it possible to install perma STAR VARIO at remote locations, away from dangerous areas, with extension tubes up to a length of 5 meters. Not only does this save time when the lubrication system is exchanged, but it also tremendously reduces the risk of workplace accidents. With its three different sizes and many possible settings, perma STAR VARIO is a preferred system for electric motors with very specific relubrication amounts. The all around LED signal light lets you monitor the operational status from a distance. The new design protects the drive unit from water and makes the system better suited for applications in moist and wet surroundings.

Environmentally friendly lubrication

perma STAR VARIO can be individually programmed to exactly meet the lubrication requirements of different applications. The system continuously discharges small lubricant amounts at specified intervals. This lowers lubricant consumption and prevents over-lubrication and lubricant spills. The reusable drive unit reduces maintenance costs and saves valuable resources. We are taking service a step further.

Our extensive perma accessory range includes connecting parts for just about all applications like electric motors, conveyor systems, pumps, fans and blowers. To make your start into perma automatic lubrication easier, we have developed special mounting sets. Our perma SELECT software helps you find the ideal lubrication system and the most suitable lubricant for your application. You can download it free of charge. Our team of lubrication experts will be glad to answer any questions, assist you with challenging applications, or visit you on site.

Technical data:

Drive – reusable: Electromechanical
Power supply: STAR VARIO battery set 4.5 V
Discharge period: 1, 2, 3, … 12 months
Lubricant volume: 60 cm³, 120 cm³ or 250 cm³
Operating temperature: -10 °C to +60 °C
Pressure build-up: 6 bar
Protection class: IP 65
Lubricants: Oil / grease up to NLGI 2
Certifications: UL

perma-tec has been providing innovative and creative lubrication solutions for more than 50 years. Our single- and multi-point lubrication systems can be found in almost all types of industries and applications around the world.

perma-tec´s leadership in single-point lubrication is based on many patents and certifications. All perma products are developed, tested and manufactured in the company´s German headquarters and live up to the “Made in Germany” quality.

With many years of experience and a network of subsidiaries and competent partners around the world we can offer our customers lubrication solutions that meet highest technical requirements.

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Hammelburger Straße 21
97717 Euerdorf
+49 9704 609-3663
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Loan withdrawal comes to the attention of the BGH

Loan withdrawal comes to the attention of the BGH

Loan withdrawal comes to the attention of the BGH

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Another hearing before the Bundesgerichtshof (BGH), Germany”s Federal Court of Justice, concerning withdrawal from consumer loans has been scheduled for May 24 (XI ZR 366/15). The BGH will then have to rule on an appeal brought by a bank.

GRP Rainer Lawyers and Tax Advisors in Cologne, Berlin, Bonn, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and London conclude: Three scheduled hearings before the BGH relating to withdrawal from loans have been cancelled to date, either because the parties agreed to do so at short notice or the bank withdrew its appeal. It remains to be seen whether the bank will pull out once again in order to prevent the possibility of the BGH delivering a consumer-friendly ruling. This assumption might particularly hold true given that the so-called “ewiges Widerrufrecht” (perpetual right of withdrawal) for real estate loans concluded between 2002 and 2010 is set to come to an end on June 21, 2016 and the intention is to avoid a landmark decision by the BGH on a point of principle in favour of consumers. For the time being, consumers can still brandish this much invoked get-out-of-jail-free card. Lawyers who are competent in the field of banking law (http://www.grprainer.com/en/legal-advice/banking-law.html) can assess whether the conditions for this are met.

The case slated for May 24 in Karlsruhe concerns the withdrawal from loan agreements by consumers who had concluded various credit agreements in the years 2008 and 2009 and subsequently withdrew from these in June 2014. They seek to obtain a declaratory ruling stating that the loan agreements were terminated as a result of the withdrawal. Their legal action has already been successful before the Landgericht Stuttgart (Regional Court of Stuttgart) as well as the Oberlandesgericht Stuttgart (OLG) [Higher Regional Court of Stuttgart] (Az.: 6 U 41/15).

The OLG Stuttgart held that the withdrawal had been effective, pointing out that the bank had used guidance pertaining to the right of withdrawal which deviated from the standard guidance and in so doing made alterations to its contents. Moreover, the information relating to the commencement of the withdrawal period was said to lack the necessary clarity. Due to the flawed guidance on the right of withdrawal, the withdrawal period had never commenced, with the result that the withdrawal was still timely even years later. The Court went on to say that the deviations from the standard guidance also meant that the bank could not rely on arguments based on legitimate expectations, and that the right of withdrawal had not been forfeited or exercised improperly. The bank has since appealed this ruling and the BGH will now have the final say on May 24.

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GRP Rainer LLP is an international law firm with lawyers and tax advisers specializing in business law, commercial law and company law and tax law. The attorneys counsel international commercial and industrial companies and corporations, as well as associations, mid-sized businesses, institutional investors and private individuals worldwide from offices in Cologne, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Germany and London UK.

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Tulips from Amsterdam for the SKIDATA staff – a successful trade fair and new contracts in The Netherlands

Contracts secured just in time for the Intertraffic infrastructure trade fair

Tulips from Amsterdam for the SKIDATA staff - a successful trade fair and new contracts in The Netherlands
Tulips from Amsterdam for the SKIDATA staff

The Salzburg company SKIDATA racked up a double success in Amsterdam: the first reason to celebrate is the awarding of contracts to equip numerous parking garages in Amsterdam. The Dutch capital will soon have a total of 22 parking garages equipped with SKIDATA access solutions. Paramount is the integration of the newest technology in parking management such as license plate recognition or payment via cell phone or QR/print@home tickets. The second reason is a successful trade fair appearance at this year’s Intertraffic, the leading trade fair for traffic and transportation technology which takes place every other year in Amsterdam. SKIDATA, the innovative leader in access solutions, was among the 800 exhibitors – and this is not the only trade show our staff will attend this year!

Staff regularly acts as SKIDATA ambassadors at trade fairs and career events

No one is better qualified to act as a representative than the employees who work with SKIDATA products and services each and every day. For this reason it is not only staff from sales and marketing, but also project managers, for example, who have the opportunity to represent SKIDATA at trade fairs. First-hand information is also extremely valuable when it comes to careers. Graduates and students learned about career opportunities at this Salzburg-based company from SKIDATA staff themselves at numerous career fairs in April (including the IKoRo 2016 and Teconomy in Graz). “First-hand accounts are of course the most exciting kind for visitors to the SKIDATA booth. Our colleagues explain their own career path and give an insider’s view of the opportunities at SKIDATA,” explains Sophie Fürst from our Human Resources department.

Newcomers wanted! SKIDATA is seeking international recruits

Working in international teams is a matter of course at a global company such as SKIDATA. People entering or re-entering the workforce and high-achievers from the areas of software, service technology and IT especially appreciate the open, international work environment and familiar company culture at SKIDATA, headquartered in Grödig just outside Salzburg, Austria.
One excellent way to meet us and learn more about the company is at career fairs and events. Find all dates and get more details by visiting http://www.skidata.com/en/career/skidata-career-events.html

SKIDATA is an international leader in the field of access solutions and their management. Almost 10,000 SKIDATA installations worldwide in ski resorts, shopping centers, major airports, municipalities, sports stadiums, trade shows, and amusement parks provide secure and reliable access and entry control for people and vehicles. SKIDATA places great value in providing solutions that are intuitive, easy to use, and secure. The integrated concepts of SKIDATA solutions help clients optimize performance and maximize profits. SKIDATA Group (www.skidata.com) belongs to the publicly traded Swiss Kudelski Group (www.nagra.com), a leading provider of digital security solutions.

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SKIDATA AG
Mag. Belkis Etz
Untersbergstraße 40
5083 Grödig/Salzburg
+43 6246 888-0
jobs@skidata.com
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Global Ultrasound Market Forecast 2021 – Acute Market Reports

Global Ultrasound Market Size, Growth, Trends, Industry Analysis and Forecast 2021 – By Acute Market Reports

Global Ultrasound Market Forecast 2021 - Acute Market Reports

Global ultrasound market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5% for the forecasted period of 2015-2021. The market is dominated by some of the major healthcare companies which includes GE healthcare, Siemens healthcare and Philips healthcare. Market growth is driven by various factors which includes increase in the number of cancer patients which is creating huge demand for ultrasound system market. Rise in the prevalence of CVD and other life style oriented diseases is also driving the ultrasound system market. Ultrasound is widely used to monitor the growth of baby during pregnancy, hence a constant rise in birth rates and awareness amongst the masses creates huge scope for ultrasound system market. Innovations such as advent of 3D and 4D imaging is creating opportunities for the market player. However, the market is restrained by few factors such as reimbursement policies in emerging nations. The high price and unavailability of reimbursements keeps a large group of patients from using ultrasound services.

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Market is segmented on the basis of technology, applications and products. Ultrasound system market by technology includes diagnostics ultrasound market and therapeutic ultrasound market. The ultrasound system market which is also segmented on the basis of product includes segmentation on the basis of displays, on the basis of portability. Ultrasound system market is also segmented on the basis of applications which include radiology imaging applications gynaecological, cardio logical, and urological and others.
Europe accounted for highest market share driven by an aging population and high awareness related to life threatening diseases. North America has the second highest market share followed by Asia Pacific and Rest of the world. Asia Pacific market has the highest market growth. Asia Pacific market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6%. The market includes major companies such as Analogic Corporation, Esaote S.P.A, Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, GE Healthcare, Hitachi Medical Corporation, Mindray Medical International Ltd., and Philips Healthcare, Samsung, Medison Co. Ltd., Siemens Healthcare and other.

Companies profiled includes
1. Analogic Corporation
2. Esaote S.P.A
3. Fujifilm Holdings Corporation
4. GE Healthcare
5. Hitachi Medical Corporation
6. Mindray Medical International Ltd.
7. Philips Healthcare
8. Samsung Medison Co. Ltd.
9. Siemens Healthcare
10. Medtronic Inc
11. Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation
12. Roche Diagnostics Ltd.
13. Philips corporation
14. Stryker corporation
15. Smith and nephew inc
16. Johnson & Johnson
17. Sony
18. Zimmer holdings
19. St. Jude medical Inc
20. Thermo fisher scientific
21. Abiant Inc
22. EKF diagnostics holdings inc
23. Myriad RBM inc
24. Oligomerix inc
25. Opko health inc
26. Osta biotechnologies inc
27. Psynova neurotech ltd
28. Ridge diagnostics
29. Satori pharmaceutical inc
30. Sabiosciences
This Occams Research Report covers
1. Historical data
2. Revenue forecasts, growth rates and CAGR up to 2021
3. Industry Analysis
4. Competitive Analysis
5. Key geographic growth data

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1. Introduction
1.1. Executive summary
1.2. Estimation methodology

2. Market overview
2.1. Market definition and scope
2.2. Key findings
2.3. Parametric analysis
2.3.1. Incidence and prevalence rate of breast cancer
2.3.2. Incidence and prevalence rate of lung cancer
2.3.3. Incidence and prevalence rate of CVD
2.3.4. Adoption of sonography diagnostics across geographies
2.3.5. Adoption of cancer therapies across hospitals and clinics
2.3.6. Growing healthcare expenditure across geographies

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Competition law: Vegan cheese cannot be marketed as cheese

Competition law: Vegan cheese cannot be marketed as cheese

Competition law: Vegan cheese cannot be marketed as cheese

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“Vegan” on the outside means it”s not cheese on the inside. That was the verdict of the Landgericht Trier (Regional Court of Trier) in its ruling of March 24, 2016 (7 HK O 41/15).

GRP Rainer Lawyers and Tax Advisors in Cologne, Berlin, Bonn, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and London conclude: More and more consumers are going in for vegetarian or vegan diets. However, vegan food products, which are produced without animal milk, cannot be marketed using the term “cheese” or its German equivalent “Käse”. In its judgment of March 24, 2016, the Landgericht Trier held that the term “Käse” is reserved for dairy products.

The present case concerned a business specializing in vegan and vegetarian foods that had advertised some of its vegan products as “Käse” or “cheese” on its website. The LG Trier has since prohibited the firm from doing so by way of an interim order.

The Court ruled that the marketing in question violated European law, according to which the term “Käse” is exclusively reserved for animal dairy products (Regulation (EU) No 1308/2013). It went on to say that the website marketing vegan products as “Käse” had thus infringed competition law (http://www.grprainer.com/en/legal-advice/intellectual-property-law-and-trademark-law/competition-law.html) and that this violation could not be remedied by including a clarification in the product description pointing out that no animal substances were used in production. The 7th Civil Chamber of the LG Tier also concluded that it was equally immaterial whether there was a real risk of consumers actually being misled by the use of the term “Käse” in relation to vegan products.

Competition law is meant to ensure fair and free competition through, among other things, Germany”s Gesetz gegen den unlauteren Wettbewerb (UWG) [Unfair Competition Act] and Gesetz gegen Wettbewerbsbeschränkungen (GWB) [Act Against Restraints of Competition]. These are not only supposed to afford consumers protection but also regulate relations and behaviour among market operators. If competition infringements occur, even unwittingly, the result can be serious sanctions such as formal written warnings, interim orders, injunction suits or damages claims. Companies looking to avoid time-consuming and costly disputes as well as enforce or see off claims can turn to lawyers who are versed in the field of competition law.

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