Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property - Saudi Arabia

We make it our business to understand the value of your intellectual property

Your intellectual property (IP) is what makes your business stand out from your competitors. We understand just how valuable that is, and our IP lawyers can help you safeguard your creativity and protect your innovations.

We have dedicated IP lawyers in the region with significant industry experience. Our Saudi Arabia team co-ordinates with the IP teams in in our offices globally to provide commercial, strategic legal advice to maximise your local and international IP assets – from concept to commercialisation and enforcement.

Safeguarding creativity and innovation

We can advise you on all areas of IP law, including:

  • Advertising and marketing
  • Anti-counterfeiting
  • Copyright
  • Domain names
  • IP disputes and enforcement
  • IP licensing and exploitation
  • Patents
  • Trade marks and designs.

Significant success

Highlights of our work in IP include advising:

  • On trade mark infringement claims brought by a hotel operator in Saudi Arabia
  • Leading European retailers on protection of IP in the UAE in preparation for franchising and distribution
  • High profile sports personalities on image rights issues
  • UAE retail operator on global branding strategy.
"They have a comprehensive and much admired IP practice."

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