General Counseling | IP Strategy
  Industrial property rights are frequently only filed when it comes to protecting a current invention or to monopolizing a current name for a product or a service. This way of proceeding, primarily characterized by single events, entails that, in the course of time, a plurality of industrial property rights are accumulated in a company, whereof the strategic significance for the management of the company is usually not recognized.

If, however, a company develops and pursues an industrial property right strategy, it may limit the competitors' possibilities of action in a well calculated manner so as to create own spaces for activities. Also the purposive set-up of an industrial property right portfolio strengthens the position of the company in the eyes of investors and shareholders, and even helps in exchange deals with competitors if, one day, one should be in the distress to be obliged to accept a license in a foreign patent.

In this field, too, we have developed competence which we can pass on to you.