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Industrial rights

Industrial property represents intangible property resulting from intellectual activities of individuals or groups of people. Inventions, company’s trade marks, logos, original design, etc. can all form industrial property.

Industrial property can be protected by industrial rights, such as:

  • Patents
  • Supplementary Protection Certificates
  • Trademarks
  • Utility Models
  • Designs
  • Topographies of semiconductor products
  • Designations of origin of goods and geographical denominations
 We advise

Consultations in the field of inventions, patents, utility models, trademarks and designs.

 We help

Find out all necessary information and submit applications to the relevant registration authorities.

 We protect

Rights protection against infringements, unfair competition conduct and enforcement of intellectual properties rights in judicial proceedings.

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Industrial property
Industrial property represents intangible property resulting from intellectual activities of individuals...

 

Patents
A patent is a protection document granted by a state. It guarantees its owner an exclusive...

 

Supplementary Protection Certificates
A supplementary protection certificate protects medicinal products and plant protection products...

 

Trademarks
A trademark is a word, pictorial, three-dimensional, or combined denomination capable of distinguishing goods...

 

Utility models
A utility model is a protective document granted by a state giving the proprietor exclusive rights for commercial...

 

Designs
A design is the outer appearance of a product or its part formed by specific features such as lines contours, colours...

 

Topographies of Semiconductor Products
Topography is a series of coded patterns representing a three-dimensional arrangement of...

 

Designation of Origin and Geographical Indications
Designation of origin of products is a name of a specific place, area or, in exceptional cases,...

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