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I’m looking for a lawyer in Italy who has experience in trademarks, copyright and intellectual property matters, can you help me?

Certainly. The MASSA law firm has been providing legal assistance and support in intellectual and industrial property matters for years, both nationally and internationally, with a particular interest in new technologies and the Internet.

Our range of experience in this area is broad and comprehensive, from basic services such as anteriority searches and the filing of trademark applications (national, European or international) to extrajudicial and judicial support in matters and disputes concerning trademarks, domain names disputes, copyright infringements, patents, designs and utility models.

As is well known, nowadays individual endeavour and creativity (concerning an invention, the selection of a specific distinctive mark, or another aspect) is increasingly exposed to the risk of unfair competition by third parties (counterfeiting, slavish imitation, parasitism, etc.). At the same time, there is a growing need to protect know-how, intellectual works, brand reputation and business secrets from increasingly determined competitors.

In such situations, the support of a lawyer with expertise in the field is essential: one that is competent certainly, but above all one that is abreast of the latest trends in the field of intellectual and industrial property rights and the ‘new economy’ also in the view of the inescapable link between the latters and new information technologies law.

One also thinks of e-commerce and online promotion, two of the areas of most widespread competitive abuse and wrongdoing between companies, in which the role of our law firm consists of multifaceted, complex legal support: from the choice of a company name and domain name, to the selection of the trademark for a given line of products and services, on through the identification of the best legal-commercial strategy for distribution in national and international channels, to the management of licensing terms for specific third-party rights and anti-counterfeiting legal actions.