If you have found that rights on your intellectual property were infringed.
- A Letter of Claim - A letter of claim is forwarded to the infringer.
- Filing a Lawsuit - Lawsuit on proscription of illegal use and collection of reimbursement.
According to the legislation, the owner of an invention, trademark or design has the right to prevent the use of such objects without his own consent. To stop the illegal actions of other persons, the right holder sends a letter of claim, where he indicates his rights and informs about the prohibition of illegal use. If the offender ignores the requirements of the legal owner of intellectual property, then the latter goes to court to resolve the dispute and recover material damage.