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Inlex was set up to meet the intellectual property requirements of the Principality’s economic players. We support our clients throughout the administrative and legal processes required for them to leverage, monitor and protect their projects. Their creative potential is thus unleashed in a secure legal framework that is essential for the sound economic use of their property.

 

Our team is made up of legal counsels with a wide range of international experience and offers accurate and specialised expertise in the field of Trademarks, Domain Names, Design, Patents, supplemented where required by contractual and pre-litigation assistance.

 

If you are looking for the support of a proactive and attentive partner, our firm is able to accompany your economic expansion projects, by building an efficient and appropriate strategy. The aim of our firm is to serve the best interests of its monacan clients to make the Principality of Monaco a state of reference in the field of intellectual property.

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Trade Secret: Validation of the law of July 26 by the French Constitutional Council

Trade Secrets

Trade Secret: Validation of the law of July 26 by the French Constitutional Council

The Law on trade secrecy, which transposes into French law a European directive on the protection of “savoir-faire” and commercial information, was validated on July 26, 2018 by the Constitutional Council. The purpose of this text is the protect “savoir-faire and trade information...

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OMG or NBD: Procter & Gamble's quest to trademark acronyms

Trademarks' management

OMG or NBD: Procter & Gamble's quest to trademark acronyms

In August 2018, the global household products company Procter & Gamble filed trademark applications for terms including “LOL” (Laughing Out Loud) and “NBD” (No Big Deal). The owner of the well known brands Fairy, Febreze and Mr Clean has taken a different stance on its...

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Monaco joins TMview

Trademarks' management

Monaco joins TMview

Monaco is entering a database, TMview, which is now composed of 64 countries, most of which are major and which are expected to continue to expand. This will make it possible to speed up the processing of files for the Principality's law firms, which have legitimately been called upon to...

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