Vigilance is extremely important to protect your IP rights. Our team always monitors trademarks registered by us and through timely catch-ups with clients. We have successfully protected the rights of our clients for decades. Trust us to do the same for you.
Infringement refers to the violation of a law or a right.
Infringement may refer to the following:
Intellectual property infringement – violating an owner’s exclusive rights to intangible assets such as musical, literary, or artistic works
Copyright infringement– the use of works under copyright, reproducing, displaying, or performing the copyrighted work without permission
Patent infringement– using or selling a patented invention without permission from the patent holder, typically for commercial purposes
Trademark infringement– a violation of the exclusive rights attaching to a trademark without the authorization of the trademark owner or licensees
Secondary infringement – when a party contributes to or is responsible for infringing acts carried out by another party
Summary offence or infraction– a crime that can be proceeded against without a jury trial and/or indictment in some jurisdictions.