Experts from JWP Patent and Trademark Attorneys Joanna Janoszek, national and European patent attorney, and Tomasz Gawliczek, PhD, legal advisor and patent attorney, have prepared a guide about industrial design protection in Poland. The extensive material provides answers to a number of questions that are key to understanding the Polish legal system. The issues covered include the framework of Polish law, registered and unregistered industrial designs, the institution of the Patent Office, national registration procedure, costs, filing objections, removal from the register or licensing and sale of rights. The experts also pointed to legislative changes that can be expected in the near future.
The key functionality provided by the GTDT Lexology platform, where the compilation of JWP Patent & Trademark Attorneys’ experts has been published, makes it possible to compare (in just a few seconds) the existing regulations in twelve countries of the world. The reports we find on GTDT present clearly organised and selected information on the legal protection of industrial designs in the USA, the UK, Israel, India, Australia and other countries.
Thanks to the technology provided, every Internet user is able to be informed quickly and to easily exchange observations on the international legal framework and all practical aspects related to the industrial law. This perspective certainly makes it easier to see the differences in the law and to find the right way when you need to register an industrial design in multiple markets.
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