ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: LEGAL ASPECT OF EVERYDAY LIFE
Administrative law is focused on administrative activities, and it consists of a set of legal norms governing the organisation of the administration, scope, the operation procedure and manner of supervision and responsibility of entities performing administrative tasks. In other words, what we think of when we hear the word “administration.” The area of life covered by this branch of law is very diverse: from keeping registers and other records, to police and inspection work, municipal services, water management, construction work, health care, social security, education, culture and many other spheres. Our team of attorneys has practical and rich experience in resolving all legal aspects of this type of law.
If you own or plan to own intellectual property rights, it is important to know how to manage them and how to protect them. There are numerous advantages to intellectual property protection, but intellectual property protection procedures are numerous, while different procedures must be followed in the process itself. Can we protect the idea? How to protect the product? Or a service? These are just some of the issues we face on a daily basis. We suggest a joint meeting to answer all your questions and provide you with the best legal advice for your specific need.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
Representation and legal advice in administrative proceedings
Representation and legal advice in administrative disputes
Representation and legal advice in tax proceedings
Legal advice and drafting of administrative contracts
Representation and legal counselling in the protection and registration of trademarks (performing a trademark search and verification of the availability of trademarks, trademark registration, etc.)
Representation and legal advice when registering patents
ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE: HOW TO INITIATE IT?
Administrative proceedings shall be initiated at the request of a Party or ex officio. The party may submit the request for initiation directly to the public legal body in writing or orally to the minutes, and may send it by post or by electronic means. The procedure is initiated ex officio when required by law or is necessary in order to protect the public interest. Administrative proceedings may also be initiated by a public legal body by public disclosure where the parties are unknown or such a method of initiating proceedings is prescribed by law.
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