How to protect your Industrial Property Rights (IPR) if you are an SME, company or entrepreneur
Would you know how to proceed if they infringe one of your Industrial Property Rights?
The Spanish Patent and Trademark Office, O.A. (OEPM) has recently published a brochure that contains the guidelines on how to act and defend ourselves if we suffer infringement of a creation that implies an Industrial Property Right (IPR): a brand, a design, or an invention.
Divided into four main lines, the brochure details what measures should be taken against the unauthorized use of our IPRs by third parties:
Protect your business. While certain companies are committed to the quality and innovation of their products to create added value and differentiate themselves from the competition, there are agents, in many cases mafias, who do not hesitate to infringe the exclusive rights and take advantage of the reputation of others. Protect your IPR, so you can defend yourself and others do not take advantage of your creations and inventions.
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Publication in Boletic magazine: "Impact on society of the public digitization policies of the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office. The 2021-2024 strategic plan of the OEPM"