An invention is a technical solution to a technical problem. Whenever novel and inventive, it is a patentable invention. A patent confers exclusive rights to the patentee to ban third parties, without patentee’s consent, from commercial exploitation of the invention.
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Trademarks and Geographical Indications
Your distinctive and not deceptive signs bear an attractive and reliable message distinguishing your goods and services, your business, and yourself from your competitors.Read more →
Your products do not only operate according to a technical function: they also incorporate a form.
Industrial designs protect the form of products of industry and handicraft items, as well as packaging of the same. Also logos, graphic symbols and graphical user interfaces (GUI) of software programs and apps can be protected by industrial designs.Read more →
The versatile set of dispute resolution tools available for IP rights makes the IP system effective, by allowing both holders to validly enforce their IP rights and alleged infringers to resist ungrounded enforcements of IP rights, and even allowing competitors to challenge the validity of IP rights.Read more →
Economic Valuation of IP Rights
A competitive advantage, resulting in higher quality products and services, is essential to make profit, because it causes customers be willing to pay more.Read more →