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CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI

Domain names & multinational businesses

27.02.2018


How to get a national domain name without a branch establishment in that country?

As you probably know, domain names are already part of our lives because we get all the news via specific networks.

Usually, when you buy a country code domain name (.us, .uk, .fr etc.) the National Registry requires that the owner has an operational office in that country.

We recently represent one of our Swiss Clients who has the headquarter in Switzerland but sells his products in many other countries in EU or USA.

Our Client needs to have national domain names in all the countries he sells his products but it is impossible to have operational offices all over Europe.

Which is our solution?

Our Client assigned the national domain name to each official distributor in each country.  To avoid any IP infringement we are currently working on undertaking agreements through which our client will keep safe all his IP rights concerning the domain names.

02.07.2020

Readying your brand for your local area

An early part of the brand development process includes researching your competitors and comparing your brand against theirs. It’s possible that your business and its accompanying intellectual property share striking similarities to other brands in your industry, and these are important to consider when it comes to standing out within your field. When you’ve completed ( learn more )

18.06.2020

Covid 19 and its effects on Intellectual Property

Our colleague, Ana Rotariu, is sharing her experience regarding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic over businesses and their IP. Interested to know how has this outbreak affected companies worldwide? It is safe to say we are all experiencing challenging times, especially when it comes to businesses, either big or small. Even as countries and ( learn more )

16.06.2020

Why your technology startup needs Intellectual Property Protection

The field of intellectual property protection is important for all industries and all sectors. In this article we address the implications of intellectual property protection for technology startups. The challenges for technology startups Your startup may face a number of challenges. The most significant of these are: Product development; Recruiting expert professionals with the necessary ( learn more )