Our ‘FOCUS ON’ series provides a short basic overview of country’s general information, with focus on main IP points of interest.
Our family law firm was originally established as a full service law firm and as such its main activity was litigation. Over the years and with family members in charge changing, it specialized in Intellectual Property, but one of our important activities remains to be litigation. We are highly experienced in IP related litigation matters, mostly related to seizure matters, infringement and unfair competition. Nonetheless, due to the demand from our clients, we continue to expand the scope of our litigation practices and employ several accomplished lawyers who diligently handle these matters. For more information, please contact us.
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.