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Intellectual Property

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This area comprises patents, models, trademarks, copyright and other Intellectual Property rights. We are focused on the national and international registration of those rights, as well as on day-to-day assistance to our clients, what implies a pro-active, surveillance and reactive role on our team’s side.

We represent our clients before courts and other authorities to protect their intellectual property rights, rather often critical for the success of their business.

We also regularly handle due diligence and assessment of intellectual property assets of companies, strategic consultancy.

CMS Rui Pena & Arnaut is one of the leading law firms in intellectual property.

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"The service level is very good, fast and efficient. They have very good control over the activity worldwide"
Band 2 - Chambers & Partners 2017
Provides 'prompt replies to complex requests".
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02 July 2020
CMS Rui Pena & Ar­naut at the top the Lead­ers League’s rank­ing
22 April 2020
CMS Ex­pert Guide to COV­ID-19's im­pact on IP leg­al tim­ings
As in all as­pects of busi­ness, COV­ID-19 is im­pact­ing the world of IP and the po­s­i­tion is con­stantly chan­ging. To help you pri­or­it­ise and plan, the Glob­al IP prac­tice at CMS has put to­geth­er an over­view of COV­ID-19's cur­rent im­pact on pro­ced­ur­al timetables be­fore courts, na­tion­al in­tel­lec­tu­al prop­erty of­fices and key in­ter­na­tion­al IP in­sti­tu­tions.
14 September 2020
An EPO Case Law Round-Up: Ad­ded Mat­ter
The EPO is well-known for its strict ap­proach to as­sess­ing amend­ments un­der the ad­ded mat­ter pro­vi­sion of Art­icle 123 of the European Pat­ent Con­ven­tion. This of­ten cre­ates com­plex leg­al scen­ari­os which...
12 May 2020
CMS launches Data Law Nav­ig­at­or
Multi-jur­is­dic­tion­al guide ded­ic­ated to Data Pro­tec­tion and Cy­ber­se­cur­ity
13 August 2020
Sus­tain­able food pro­gress may close glob­al reg­u­lat­ory gap
In­nov­a­tion in the sus­tain­able food sec­tor is for­ging ahead at a re­mark­able pace. Our cur­rent food sources ac­count for nearly one-third of glob­al GHG emis­sions while con­sumers are in­creas­ingly bet­ter edu­cated...
18 February 2020
WTR1000 dis­tin­guishes CMS Rui Pena & Ar­naut
27 July 2020
Pro­tec­tion for Designs in UK post Brexit
Since 2002, UK busi­nesses have been able to pro­tect their designs by vir­tue of both UK and EU design rights, con­fer­ring par­al­lel but slightly dif­fer­ing forms of pro­tec­tion. This art­icle con­siders the...
18/4/2018
Brexit: In­tel­lec­tu­al Prop­erty Rights
Meet The Law
22 July 2020
Around 1600 view­ers re­gister for live video stream of com­puter soft­ware...
The En­larged Board of the European Pat­ent Of­fice re­cently heard or­al ar­gu­ments con­cern­ing pat­entab­il­ity of a com­puter soft­ware in­ven­tion. This rare event was video streamed to over 1600 pat­ent stake­hold­ers....
16/8/2017
Na­tion­al Data Pro­tec­tion Com­mis­sion's leg­al opin­ion on per­son­al data res­ult­ing...
Meet the Law
14 July 2020
Santen ends Neur­im-style SPCs
The word­ing of Art­icle 3(d) of the SPC Reg­u­la­tion re­quires that the SPC ap­plic­a­tion must rely on “the first au­thor­isa­tion to place the product on the mar­ket as a medi­cin­al product”. This sug­gests...
11/8/2017
New Reg­u­la­tions con­cern­ing the European Uni­on Trade Mark
Meet The Law