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The domain makes company’s portfolio as valuable as their intellectual property.
We will assist you in making the right choice for your company and guide you through the process of acquiring the domain based on your needs and desires.
In today’s world, domain name disputes are not uncommon – our firm offers our knowledge and experience in resolving disputes.
We are devoted to negotiating and drafting settlements, as this is often commercially the most sensible approach. However, we also offer our services in resolving disputes before the domain arbitration committee or Courts.
Contact us to find out more about legal steps and requirements in domain name disputes and how we can best assist you.
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In order to harmonize its legal framework with the European Union (EU) and international standards, The National Assembly of Slovenia adopted amendments to the Slovenian Industrial Property Act, which entered into force on July 27, 2023. The primary purpose of the amendments is to simplify procedures, increase affordability, and improve effectiveness.
At the end of February 2022, the mentioned new laws have entered into force, having been published in the Intellectual property Gazette on February 4 – 5, 2022. We can…
Each month we answer 3-5 questions our clients often have on a specific topic and share it with you. Q1: When is Supplementary Protection Certificate (SPC) issued? For patents that…
Licence can refer to patent and design rights, related know-how and trade marks.
It provides the licensee with the right to use an IP right for a certain period of time, for a fee, usually in a specific geographic area. At the same time, this allows the IP right’s owner to extend their brand into new markets quicker, to generate profit (through set fee or royalty), reduce costs and time to market penetration and therefore, often, gain competitive advantage.
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Although the EP validations are uniformly regulated by the European patent Convention, here are a few curiosities you may find interesting.