The know-how of our IP lawyers in trade mark law, in particular in trade mark development, trade mark application, trade mark administration, trade mark protection and trade mark licensing, results in your trade mark being optimally protected and increasing the value of your business.
Protection of corporate values through brands
Brands have an enormous economic significance. They are often among the most valuable components of a company. The success and value of a company often depend on its brands. Successfully securing your own trademark rights is therefore one of your company's essential tasks. Even before launching new products, you must secure the corresponding trademark rights.
Registered trademarks allow you to permanently distinguish your company from competitors. You can permanently secure the name of your company, your products and your services through a trademark without any time limit.
We develop and manage national and international trademark portfolios for you. Already at the time of the development of your products and services, we advise you on the necessary trademark measures.
Anyone can register a trademark. However, developing and registering a trademark that then optimally protects your company and/or your products and has a positive influence on the awareness and value of your company is not.
We register your national, European and international trade marks. For more information on trade mark applications here.
Trade mark management and protection
The protection of your trade mark rights includes, in particular, trade mark monitoring, trade mark renewal and the extrajudicial and judicial enforcement of your trade mark rights to protect your existing trade marks. We have extensive experience and knowledge in conducting trademark disputes before German courts. Due to our international orientation and our network with foreign colleagues, we also conduct and coordinate trademark disputes abroad.
Help with warnings and the like
As specialised legal attorneys, we also assist you in reviewing and defending against cease-and-desist letters, preliminary injunctions and court actions under trade mark law. The same applies to the defence of cancellation claims and other claims within the scope of proceedings before the German, European and international trade mark offices.