You can protect the appearance of products – including patterns and forms – by registering a design right
For a design right to be registered, the design must be new and individual in character, so that it can be protected against imitations and copying of the appearance of the product.
On the other hand, within the EU, an unregistered design right can be obtained for a limited period by placing the product on the market.
We help you to secure your rights in connection with:
- Applications and registering designs
- Evaluation and court cases if your designs are violated