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Intellectual Property relates to fair competition and formal and technical innovation. Most markets are governed by these principles.

Therefore, any time a business enters a market it has to be aware of what is licit and allowed and what is unfair and prohibited. Unfair competitors can be legally fought and unfair competition acts can be prohibited by a Court order.

We possess wide experience in this field of the law and in unfair competition disputes. We constantly deal with look-alike and passing-off cases; trade name, trademark, service mark, and trade dress infringement cases; false advertising, trade defamation and misappropriation of a name or likeness cases.

We also draft and negotiate non-competition agreements.