Intellectual property law protects intangible goods, in particular creative works, patents, trademarks, and industrial designs, namely intellectual property of immense business importance, which often prove decisive for market and economic success of an enterprise.

We assist with:

  1. trademark registrability research and drafting opinions on the matter;

  2. applications for registration of national, community, and international trademarks;

  3. dispute proceedings regarding revocation of rights or for a declaration of invalidity before The Patent Office of the Republic of Poland, The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in Alicante, and administrative courts;

  4. drafting and approving licence agreements or agreements transferring rights to trademarks, patents, industrial designs, and utility models, as well as rights under their registration;

  5. representation at court with respect to violation of copyright, industrial property rights, and fair competition.