Intellectual Property (‘IP’) is at the heart of Artes’ expertise and practice. IP refers to the creations of the mind and to creative and immaterial works, such as artistic works, designs, literary works, names, logos, inventions, software and more. Intellectual property rights allow creators and inventors to benefit from their own work or creation. Without this protection to benefit from their work, both creators and inventors, would be discouraged to innovate or to create and contribute to society.
Intellectual property law can be broken down into various types of Intellectual Property, such as – but not limited to – trademarks, copyright (including software), neighbouring rights, patents, design rights and plant variety rights. We also advise and represent our clients in judicial and arbitration proceedings on matters relating to trade names, trade secrets (including know-how) and domain names.
Our team is highly specialised and experienced in IP law and aims to assist you with its 360° and state-of-the art service in this matter. We stay abreast of new evolutions in our digitalised and disruptive economy, including advising on 5G-applications, AI-technology and digital platform regulation.
Our areas of expertise
Artes offers a wide range of services and assistance in all possible areas of IP law in an entrepreneurial spirit. To this end, we provide a full range of legal services, which include: