BRAUNPAT is the acronym and trade mark of “Braunpat Braun Eder AG”, a firm specialised in the field of intellectual and industrial property. BRAUNPAT’s workforce includes patent and trade mark specialists and lawyers as well as the appropriate infrastructure for obtaining and defending patent rights, trade mark rights, design rights and copyrights. With its worldwide network of contacts BRAUNPAT is able to secure its clients intellectual property rights even in the most far flung countries of the world. At present, BRAUNPAT employs patent agents specialised in chemical and technical fields, lawyers, trade mark and design specialists, partners, advisors, specialist assistants and secretaries. We correspond in German, French and English and, if need be, in Italian and Spanish.
- actively deal with matters on our clients behalf, file applications for the registration of our client’s industrial and intellectual property in the required countries;
- inform our clients on the best way to protect their product or their invention;
- examine any allegations made against our clients and inform our clients on the best way to defend themselves against such allegations;
- draw up contracts for our clients and advise on the type of contract which best suits their needs;
- are available for answering our clients queries and inform them on the best viable solutions;
Our clients can be individual persons, as well as firms of any size. They may have only just started their commercial and/or industrial activities, or they may already be well established in their line of business. They require advice from us, or they may already have a good idea about what they need.
- have invented something, created a brand, drawn up plans for creating a new piece of furniture, written a book… and want to prevent others from copying their work
- have been warned that they have infringed patent, trade mark or design rights owned by a third party
- require a contract with partners involved in the production, the elaboration or the future development of their invention, or they want to licence their patent or trade mark
- require general advice on, for example, how to proceed with their product or their invention and how to protect it and/or how to go about creating a trade mark.