The European Commission has just published the Report on the evaluation of EU legislation on design protection.
The purpose of this study is to analyse to what extent the EU legislation on design protection has achieved its objectives in terms of efficiency, effectiveness, relevance, coherence and EU added value.
Adequately protection of intangible assets is becoming increasingly important, both for the relationship with consumers and against third-party competitors and, unfortunately, potential infringers.
Among these intangible assets are trademarks, which, given the value and importance they can have for the success of a product in the market, must be adequately protected.
It is a great satisfaction to inform that our firm has been included in the WWL Trademarks 2020 ranking within the leading trademarks lawyers who are recognised for their broad-ranging expertise across the field of trademark law, assisting clients of all sizes with a wide range of matters, including prosecution, enforcement, portfolio management and dispute resolution.
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