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Protecting Intellectual Property Rights Abroad

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We deal regularly with documents relating to protection of patents, copyright, trademarks and industrial designs when clients want to protect their brand, products and service in markets across the world.

If you trading abroad, this video gives a useful introduction to steps you should take. We can help you notarise, legalise and translate documents; and with the benefit of our experience and global contacts, we can also help you find lawyers, patent attorneys and others advisors to help you get this right first time.

Article supplied by De Pinna Notaries & Translators

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