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Weinmann Zimmerli
The handling of Swiss patents is governed by the Federal Act of 25 June 1954 on Patents for Inventions (PatG), which was updated in 2012.
Logan & Partners
It is always frustrating to hear from a client seeking advice regarding the patentability of their invention, that they have been disclosing details of their invention to third-parties...
BMG Avocats
The newly revised Swiss Act on Copyright and Neighbouring Rights (the "Copyright Act") came into force on 1 April 2020. The revised Copyright Act introduces among other ...
Logan & Partners
Under copyright laws in the EU, Switzerland, and the UK, the freelancer owns the copyright in the work product they create for you.
Logan & Partners
There are now many on-line platforms like Upwork and Fiverr where you can hire freelancers for a variety of different services.
Logan & Partners
Vicky Walker, an experienced French surgeon, came up with an innovative idea about a hip joint that can be worn externally, without requiring surgery.
Prager Dreifuss
Covid-19 and the related tax issues have been omnipresent in the Swiss tax landscape in recent months. The entry into force of the corporate tax reform (so-called TRAF)
Logan & Partners
As a company or an individual that has developed an innovative product, you need to make sure, at all times, that you protect your rights over the invention.
Logan & Partners
The first determination to be made, however, is whether the invention is even eligible for patent protection.
Logan & Partners
Any contractual provisions contrary to these exceptions are of no effect.
Baer & Karrer
In today's economy, trade secrets are among the most valuable assets of companies, and so preventing trade secret theft is an increasing priority for authorities worldwide.
Altenburger Ltd legal + tax
Uno degli elementi chiave a livello di identità aziendale è l'allineamento del domain name con il nome dell'azienda e/o con eventuali marchi registrati – l'interazione tra i nomi di dominio e i diritti di proprietà intellettuale, ...
Baer & Karrer
In Switzerland, the Federal Patent Court has exclusive jurisdiction over those actions that require the application of substantive patent law, in particular, actions regarding the validity of ...
This seminar will provide an overview of the CRISPR IP saga, discussion of considerations in relation to freedom-to-operate for use of the technology
It lies in the nature of the blockchain technology that the control and securing of blockchain transactions have a non-proprietary character.
Nater Dallafior Rechtsanwalte
What is the relevant trade mark authority in your jurisdiction? The Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IPI) is the trade mark office in Switzerland.
CMS von Erlach Poncet Ltd.
In Switzerland everyone agrees: One watch is not like the other watch and details matter. The Swiss Federal Supreme Court in one of its rare cases in design matters just confirmed this view under several aspects.
With the growing universe of blockchain based systems and applications, legal questions associated with this technology emerge and require consideration (ideally) before substantial sums are invested.
MME Legal | Tax | Compliance
With postulate from 5th of December 2013, the Swiss Federal Council was invited to submit a report concerning the so-called artist's resale right.
Logan & Partners
Bernie, Swiss entrepreneur, flies to Japan for the Rugby World Cup to watch Scotland vs Ireland.
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