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Intellectual Property South Korea

It is recommended that you register your patents and trademarks with the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) before you commit to any important deals with South Korean companies. In principle, the patent and trademark registration system in South Korea is based on which was the first company to register successfully with KIPO. Therefore, the sooner you register, the better. Companies that do not register in South Korea will be disadvantaged in any future disputes over IPR.

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    When expanding your business to South Korea, donít forget to protect your brand. We provide Trademark Registration Services in South Korea and in all Asian countries

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