PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL RIGHTS TO A PACKAGING

Aug 2, 2022

The July issue of the packaging published an article by Dr. Wojciech Gierszewski, legal advisor and patent attorney, on how to protect the intellectual property rights of packaging producers.

The article presents a range of possibilities for the protection of rights for the packaging industry and examples of current or expired rights obtained by entrepreneurs in patent offices.

The article answers the following questions:

  • when can packaging be protected under industrial property / copyright / unfair competition law?
  • how to protect your rights?
  • what to do if a competitor is blocking packaging sales auctions?

More information about the packaging industry and the July issue of the magazine can be found at: https://opakowanie.pl/zlog-2/?powrot=https://opakowanie.pl/wydanie/lipiec2022/.

We wish you a pleasant reading!

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