This is to inform you that our firm office is fully operative despite the fact that a Coronavirus epidemic has been declared for the territory of the Republic of Slovenia. All competent Offices continue their work. The staff in our firm remains positive and we have put in place a plan to mitigate the risk to our staff as well as maintain uninterrupted service to our clients. We will keep you informed of any potential changes to our work.
Our office will be closed from 24 December 2019 to 27 December 2019 and again from 1 January 2020 to 2 January 2020. You are kindly requested to send us your orders/instructions relating to due dates falling into this period by 19 December 2019 at the latest. Thank you.
We proudly announce that our colleague Andrej Svetičič, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Law, sucessfully passed the exam for European Patent Attorney.
We are glad to announce that our colleague Klara Šušterič, Bachelor of Law, sucessfully passed the State Bar Exam.
Through developing technologies and a rapid rise in online and other modern ways of sales, intellectual property infringements have expanded from their classic forms to new social networks. Lately, we have especially noticed a large increase in Facebook webpages that infringe the protected rights of holders of prior trademarks, designs and copyrights by selling counterfeit goods or by actions of unfair competition. In addition to the classic ways of acting in cases of infringement, we can also file an infringement report on behalf of the client directly with Facebook. This type of action has proved to be very quick, efficient and compared to standard measures (reporting to Trade Inspectorate, filing Complaints with the District Court...) cost-effective, as well.