Intellectual Property Law Department

Lawyers from the Intellectual Property Department assist clients in matters relating to:

  • providing day-to-day consultancy in the area of intellectual property law,
  • reviewing registrability of trade marks, industrial designs and inventions, utility models and Internet domain names,
  • conducting any registration or dispute proceedings before patent offices (in Poland and abroad),
  • handling judicial and administrative litigation in matters concerning intellectual property rights,
  • conducting proceedings before the Office of Harmonization for the Internal Market (OHIM) in Alicante,
  • conducting proceedings before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO),
  • arguing cases which involve protection of exclusive rights before the General Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union,
  • arguing cases which involve protection of exclusive rights in criminal proceedings,
  • handling negotiations or mediations in intellectual property disputes,
  • providing representation in customs proceedings which involve intellectual property rights,
  • comprehensively managing a portfolio of intellectual property rights of a business,
  • drafting or reviewing expert opinions, briefs, contracts, regulations and other documents compiled for the purposes of the exercise of intellectual property rights,
  • performing specialist intellectual property internal legal audits,
  • implementing effective solutions to simplify processes used to manage intellectual property in a business,
  • assisting in technology transfers and know-how,
  • performing valuation of a company’s intangible assets,
  • conducting training in intellectual property law for clients and their employees.

Furthermore, lawyers form the Intellectual Property Department assist clients in matters relating to:

  • protection of personal data and privacy,
  • protection of the client’s personal interests (good name, secrecy of correspondence, inviolability of premises, public image),
  • assertion of remedies available under the law against unfair competition.

The Intellectual Property Law Department, supported by the departments of Tax and Commercial Law, provides our clients with financial optimisation services using additional benefits offered by the skillful management of intellectual property rights and copyrights such as:

  • commercial transactions collateralised by exclusive rights, and
  • the creation of optimised and effective tax structures with the use of intellectual property rights.