Company Profile

Our Patent and Trademark office exists since 1991 established by Václav Kratochvíl, who worked on The Czech Patent Office and from 1991 is Patent Attorney in Czech Republic and from 2002 also European Patent Attorney.

Since that time, we acquire many experiences with valid industrial property right in Czech Republic and we are also able to help with international patent and trademark applications (EP, national part of the PCT), so we would like you to offer our services.

We can help you with the patent and utility model applications, industrial model applications and also with the Trademark applications before The Intellectual Property Office of the Czech Republic and The European Patent Office. Our services including patent and trademark search and other services in the industrial property indeed, such as suggestions for the license agreement, valuation of the intellectual property and so on.

Thank you for your time spending on reading this information and we look forward of eventual cooperation.

 

Industrial Property Rights Services

  • Patents and Utility models applications
  • Industrial models (design) applications
  • Trademark applications
  • International PCT and EP patent applications
  • International Trademark applications (Madrid protocol)
  • Representation before The Intellectual Property Office of The Czech Republic
  • Representation before EPO (The European Patent Office)
  • Patent and Trademark search
  • Suggestions for the license agreement
  • Appreciation of the intellectual property

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EPO News

News from the European Patent Office
  • The European Patent Office (EPO), the European Committee of Standardization (CEN) and the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance the support they provide to industry and stakeholders in Europe and beyond in the field of standard-essential patents.

  • As a follow-up to its "Patenting Blockchain" conference, the European Patent Office (EPO) has published a conference report entitled "Talking about a new revolution: blockchain" to provide insight into the impact of this technology on the patent system.

  • The number of patent applications filed with the European Patent Office (EPO) grew by 4.6% last year, reaching a new high of 174 317 (2017: 166 594). The EPO's Annual Report for 2018 shows an increase in patents filed from all major industrial regions but European companies maintained the lead in their home market,