Businesses present in the markets of several countries, and their lawyers are faced with the problem of the difficulty of accounting for their intellectual property rights objects.

The principle of extraterritoriality does not apply to object of industrial property (trademarks, patents) – the rights to them are valid only in the country where they have passed the official registration procedure. Therefore, any company that has several TM or patents in its portfolio and operates in several countries is faced with the problem of managing its assets – even one TM is thus transformed into dozens or hundreds of different objects that are regulated by various national laws and exist in the business space of different countries.

Mutual benefits are one of our values and we have a strong commitment to partnership relations with all who share this point of view.

Lawyers for each jurisdiction are carefully selected by Pocket IP. The decision to start cooperation between the service and the agent is made based on their experience, history on the market, and expertise.

BUSHA Law Firm
Crane IP