Many companies have not registered their trademark. Are you allowed to use your mark if it’s not registered? If so, what are the risks?
According to studies, startups should protect their intellectual property before the first funding round. Here’s why.
A trademark registration brings a variety of benefits with it. Unfortunately, there may be rare occasions where making a trademark application will have detrimental effects.
In a recent study of European SMEs, 24% of IPR owners reported that they have suffered intellectual property infringement in the last three years. You may also sooner or later notice that another company is infringing your trademark. What should you do about it?
Earlier during the war, Russia decided to suspend the intellectual property protection of Western companies in many cases. Russia has now also decided to allow parallel imports.
Trademarks are important for startups and SMEs. Here are five things you should know about them. Knowing these five things will help you make smarter decisions.
Trademarks is important for restaurants. Competition is fierce so standing out from the crowd is vital. Here’s how to do it.
The most fundamental principle of the EU trademark is its “unitary character”. Understanding this crucial principle will help you understand the most important benefits and weaknesses of the EU trademark.
On the 24th of February Russia launched illegal aggression against Ukraine in violation of the UN Charter and international law. In comparison to the humanitarian tragedy taking place in Ukraine, intellectual property issues are insignificant. Nonetheless, the war does have inevitable consequences for European (including Ukrainian) and Russian companies in the field of intellectual property.