Intellectual property rights

Intellectual property rights

Intellectual property law bundles the rules that make it possible to protect an “intellectual creation” by legally protecting concrete form and/or its elaboration. This includes the protection of inventions via patent law and designs and models law, trademarks via trademark law and personal intellectual creations (literature, software, jewellery design, photography, etc.) via copyright.

Intellectual property rights allow a person to acquire a monopoly over such creation and thereby acquire sole rights to develop, commercialize and, above all, protect this creation from use by others. Bannister is happy to advise you on the usefulness and scope of (certain) intellectual property rights and in the application and management thereof. We are also happy to assist in drawing up and negotiating specific contracts or relevant clauses.

Roeland Vanstaen

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