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Intellectual Property

Copyright law, governed by Law No. 633 of April 22, 1941, also known as “intellectual property” or “copyright,” represents the right of the creator of a work of intellect to use and dispose of that creation as they see fit, while earning profits from the sale or licensing of that right.

The terms “intellectual property” and “copyright” are exact synonyms of “copyright.”

Oracle Solicitors has extensive and comprehensive experience in protecting copyright. Whether it’s a startup looking to protect its brand or an established company seeking to safeguard its patents, our team is capable of providing strategic assistance in all phases.

Trademarks and brand protection: We handle the registration, maintenance, and enforcement of trademarks, providing strategic advice for protection.

Copyright and creative works: We protect copyright in all its creative forms, including software, literary, artistic, and multimedia works.

Patents and innovations: We provide comprehensive patent services, including patent research, drafting, and portfolio management.

Trade secrets and confidential information: We offer consultancy in protecting trade secrets and implementing confidentiality measures, such as non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), employment contracts, and trade secret policies aimed at safeguarding information confidentiality.

The protection of intellectual property aims to safeguard:

Patents: Patents protect inventions, granting exclusive rights to the inventor for a specific period.

Utility models: Utility models provide protection for minor elements or aspects of inventions similar to a patent.

Trademarks: Trademarks protect brand names, logos, and symbols that distinguish goods or services in the market.

Copyright: Copyright protects original creative works, including literary, artistic, musical, and dramatic works.

Designs: Designs protect the appearance of a product.

Trade secrets and confidential information: Trade secrets and confidential information use agreements and contracts to protect confidential secrets and information.

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Contact us on 02 3056 5370. Our legal experts include:

Manuela Danza

Head of Operations and Legal

Vedi Profilo


To protect intellectual property, it is necessary to identify the specific intellectual property assets owned by the company and classify them into the appropriate categories of IP (patents, trademarks, copyrights, or designs).

For some types of IP, such as patents and trademarks, registration with the relevant intellectual property office or agency is required, and documentation of the IP assets should be maintained.

When sharing sensitive information with third parties, a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) should be drafted with the involved party.

The protection of IP also requires constant monitoring of the market to identify any unauthorised use of the creative idea protected by a patent (or more generally falling under industrial property protection) or copyright. In case of infringement, it is necessary to promptly request the cessation of the unlawful conduct from the infringer. Regularly monitor the market to identify any violations of your intellectual property rights. Take prompt action against infringers by sending cease and desist letters. We can advise you on the best way to protect your interests in case of infringement.

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