Patent law

The main purpose of a patent is to protect innovative products and methods from unwanted imitation. By means of a patent, the patent holder is granted a temporary and spatially limited monopoly of use. As a patent holder, you can determine the exploitation of your invention and secure an exclusive market position. You can also sell your industrial property right or grant a license to third parties. Patents strengthen companies in global competition and show their innovative strength.

A national, European or international patent application must be filed in order to obtain protection for technical inventions. The patent attorneys of STAEGER & SPERLING have extensive experience and competence in the preparation and examination of patent applications and can support you from the application through the granting, defense and enforcement of your patents.


If you have any questions concerning patent law or would like an initial consultation, please contact us by email or phone.

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