What is real
is not external form.”
Our experience and years of practice thought us that, although the interest of our clients and the purpose of our services is the same, the way to deliverance can be spurred with different problems, and the methods of solving them are often diverse.
Context. Our client, an important European producer of materials in the transport field, wishes to register three new international trademarks. Therefore, we filed applications for registration at the Federal Intellectual Property Institute in Switzerland.
Issue. Following the submission of the applications, we received from the examiners of the institute a provisional refusal for each of the three marks. The reason why these notices were issued was that some services in class 40, where our client’s services would fit, were not correctly formulated and can not be accepted. In the examiner’s appreciation, the terms ‘custom manufacturing of tools for others’ and ‘custom manufacturing’ were considered not acceptable services according to the Nice classification.
Solution. To overcome these refusals, we sent an argumentedreply to the Federal Intellectual Property Institute in Switzerland, which proposes replacing the above-mentioned terms with the following complex phrase, which includes the both services described by them and provided by our client: custom manufacturing of products, including metallic materials / metal tools on demand and according to the requirements indicated by the customer or according to his specifications.
From mid-sixties till present the colors play an extremely strategic role in the companies’ business brand developments. Regarding this, choosing a color when creating a brand is a very significant step. One of our clients, a well-known company which manufactures and supplies adhesives and sealants for professional and private markets, has come to identify its ( learn more )
We have started the year 2021 with some good news! We have recently completed the process that will allow us from now on to expand our practice in Norway. As a result, we received our first registration certificates for some clothing brands in this country. Isn’t that great? ( learn more )
Recently, we have been working a very interesting project, one in which we regularly proceed with online take-downs of various infringing information, for a large company operating in the disinfectant industry. The whole procedure takes place on both online marketplaces and social media platforms. Given our high success rate with this particular project, we’ve managed ( learn more )