Wednesday, 05 July 2023 / Published in blog
I will continue my informative articles on industrial property classification systems with the design classification. As a reminder, International Patent Classification (IPC) established by the Strasbourg Agreement is used in patent classifications. In design applications, a classification system based on the Locarno Agreement is used. The Locarno classification system is an international system which is
Tuesday, 20 June 2023 / Published in blog
I will continue my informative articles on industrial property classification systems with the trademark classification. As a reminder, IPC codes determined according to the Strasbourg Agreement are used in patent classifications, and a classification system based on the Locarno Agreement is used in design applications. For trademark applications, the Nice classification system is used. The
Friday, 02 June 2023 / Published in blog
Not every inventive product or method has to be protected by means of patenting. Protecting an invention by a patent means sharing every detail of the invention with everyone. An invention every detail of which is shared can be easily implemented by other persons. However, the person or persons applying for the invention are entitled
Friday, 02 June 2023 / Published in blog
Design is the ability to create a product that goes beyond the ordinary by adding aesthetics to any product. The design application serves to protect the external appearance of these products. This type of application was known as “Industrial Design Application” before 2017, then the term “industry” was removed with the new law adopted in
Friday, 02 June 2023 / Published in blog
Nikola Tesla, credited with about 700 patents, lived between 1856 and 1903. Even the surname “Tesla” means “a felling axe with a wide cutting blade on the handle at certain angles”, so it is possible to predict the technical potential in the family’s origins :)) Raised by his two older sisters, Nikola spent his childhood

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    Ownership of Rights in Patent and Design Applications

    Unlike trademark applications, in patent-utility model and design applications, the names of the creators of inventions and designs can be given place in addition to the applicant. These persons are called “inventors” in patent and utility model applications and “designer” in design applications, and the names of these persons must be included in t...
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    Inspiring Lives; Nikola Tesla

    Nikola Tesla, credited with about 700 patents, lived between 1856 and 1903. Even the surname “Tesla” means “a felling axe with a wide cutting blade on the handle at certain angles”, so it is possible to predict the technical potential in the family’s origins :)) Raised by his two older sisters, Nikola spent his childhood...
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    Products Subject to Design Application

    Design is the ability to create a product that goes beyond the ordinary by adding aesthetics to any product. The design application serves to protect the external appearance of these products. This type of application was known as “Industrial Design Application” before 2017, then the term “industry” was removed with the new ...
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    What is Trade Secret?

    Not every inventive product or method has to be protected by means of patenting. Protecting an invention by a patent means sharing every detail of the invention with everyone. An invention every detail of which is shared can be easily implemented by other persons. However, the person or persons applying for the invention are entitled...
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    Sustainability and Sustainable Innovations

    At a time when technology takes up so much space in our lives, we, as humanity, are still helpless in the face of natural disasters, climate changes and epidemics, and we are saddened by feeling inadequate. So many inventions and innovations are being made, we clean our homes with the help of robots, we make...
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