Gimeno & Juste Associates advise, prepare and process all types of industrial property rights to be filed before the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office (OEPM), the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO), the European Patent Office (EPO) and any other office of interest to you. Thanks to our extensive network of correspondents around the world, your rights will be protected wherever you need it.
The industrial property right confers a right of exclusivity over inventive and innovative activity performed on any product, process, way or distinctive sign, but it also helps identify the company with the products and services it offers in the market, providing extra value to your company.
Gimeno & Juste Associates will accompany you along the entire process, letting you know whether your creation or innovation is likely to fulfil the requirements needed for patent or register in the different offices.
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Trade Marks differentiate the products and services of a company in the market from those of another, playing a major role in the development and marketing strategies, contributing to project the right image and reputation of the products and services of a company to consumers.
The Trade Name is the name that identifies a company in the trade and serves to distinguish it from other companies that develop the same or similar activities.
A patent is an intellectual property right granted to an inventor to exclude others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling the invention. It gives its proprietor the exclusive privilege of exploiting an invention capable of industrial application.
Although the conditions needed are similar, Utility Models have less strict requirements, making them a great way to protect inventions of a lower inventive rank than patents. In practice, Utility Models protection is used for innovations that may not meet the patentability criteria; also known as "petty or small patents" or "innovation patents."
The design is the particular appearance of a product resulting from a set of lines, contours, colours, shape, texture or materials of the product itself or its ornamentation, without changing the application or purpose of the product.