By safeguarding the rights of individuals and businesses to their ideas and inventions, intellectual property services help to create a fair and competitive marketplace that fosters growth and progress.
You Plan and Create, – We Execute and Protect Your Work. We aim to understand the Client requirements and assist them in all arrays of IPR services.
Leading Law firm specializing in intellectual property law. With over 11+ years of experience, we have established ourselves as experts in the field, providing high-quality legal services to clients across a variety of industries.
Our team of dedicated attorneys is highly skilled in all areas of intellectual property law, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. We have a wealth of knowledge and experience in handling complex intellectual property cases, and we are committed to providing the best possible representation for our clients.
At Unimarks, we understand the importance of protecting your intellectual property. We work closely with our clients to develop customized legal strategies that meet their specific needs and goals. Whether you are seeking to obtain a patent, register a trademark, or defend your intellectual property rights, we have the skills and resources to help you succeed.
Our team of experienced attorneys and professionals are dedicated to providing expert guidance and representation for all of your IP and legal needs.
If you are in need of legal assistance, we encourage you to contact us. We offer a free initial consultation, so you can get to know us and we can learn more about your case.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about intellectual property rights (IPR) laws and protections:
IPR laws protect a wide range of intellectual property, including patents for inventions, trademarks for brands and logos, copyrights for creative works such as literature, music, and art, and trade secrets for confidential business information.
IPR laws provide a range of legal remedies to protect intellectual property. For example, if someone infringes on your patent, you may be able to take legal action to stop them from using your invention without your permission. You may also be able to seek damages or other compensation for any harm that you have suffered as a result of the infringement.
The process for applying for IPR protection depends on the type of intellectual property you want to protect. For example, to apply for a patent, you will need to submit a detailed application to the relevant patent office that includes information about your invention. To apply for a trademark, you will need to submit a trademark application to the relevant trademark office. It is generally recommended to seek the assistance of an attorney or other legal expert to ensure that your application is properly prepared and filed.
The duration of IPR protection varies depending on the type of intellectual property and the specific laws that apply. For example, patents generally last for a limited time, typically 20 years from the date of filing. Trademarks, on the other hand, can last indefinitely as long as they are being used in commerce and are properly maintained. Copyrights generally last for the life of the creator plus a certain number of years after their death.
Yes, IPR protection can be lost if the intellectual property owner fails to take certain actions to maintain it. For example, a trademark owner must use the trademark in commerce in order to maintain the registration. A patent owner must also pay maintenance fees to keep the patent in force. If these requirements are not met, the IPR protection can be lost.