Protection of intellectual property.
Innovations require a new way of thinking.
It is a remarkable achievement for somebody to develop something new or to invent something. Innovations require a great deal of time, commitment and toil, and they deserve to be protected. The variation or further development of something that already exists also counts as an innovation. In this case, we examine whether you are infringing a third party’s intellectual property rights, whether your existing patent offers sufficient protection, and whether a new patent can or should be applied for or a new trademark can or should be registered. We offer you the benefit of our extensive expertise in the field of intellectual property protection, especially in patent, trademark and design law.
it’s time to go back to the negotiating table.
For us, successful negotiation means avoiding litigation.
If a third-party’s intellectual property rights are infringed or claims are made as a result of patent or trademark infringements, there is often a lot at stake. For example, protecting the idea, its potential market relevance or even the survival of companies. A patent application or trademark registration is often required before the disputing parties will return to the negotiating table, even if the interests of a national champion are being negotiated with a global player or vice versa.