In copyright law, it doesn’t matter if one copies someone’s work. What matters is what he copies, how much and how. Intellectual property theory is not the direct application of the ethical principle ‘Do not steal!’. At its core is the idea that there are certain situations where theft is permissible. For example, copyright protection is limited in time, and once a work is removed from copyright and freely usable, anyone can use it without restriction – says Malcolm Gladwell, in contrast to Steve Jobs, “good artists copy, great artists steal”.
Not only property in the traditional sense is valuable, but also intellectual property. The two major branches of intellectual property rights are industrial property rights and copyright. Intellectual property can be a treasure, but few use it to base their future on it. Unfortunately, legal self-awareness for the importance of intellectual property is still not widespread in the domestic market.
We provide a full range of services to domestic and international companies and individuals in matters related to intellectual property rights. Our office’s portfolio encompasses all types of intellectual creations, including patents, trademarks and copyrights.
The services of our office in the field of intellectual property are the following: