Intellectual property law
A company or an individual wishes to protect a technical invention in order to utilize it exclusively or license it to a third party.
A successful market presence requires the protection of the corporate identity (advertising presence, name, brand), business models and trade secrets of the company from being copied and exploited, usually by a competitor. A competitor advertises in an anti-competitive manner.
All of these challenges include intellectual property law, so-called law of unfair commercial practices and, more recently, trade secret law.
Our practice areas are:
- Competition law
- Trademark law and branding law
- Design law, including the law of European designs
- Drug advertisement law
- Research and development contracts
- Technology transfer
- NDAs and licensing contracts