Intellectual property presents both opportunities and threats to businesses and individuals. Achour Law Firm’s IP team specialises in all aspects of intellectual property law in Tunisia.
Our Intellectual Property team helps drive your business growth by protecting and leveraging your ideas and innovations, your trademarks & brands, and your creative works. We combine a strategic, global outlook with local knowledge and a keen understanding of the technological and business factors involved in this area of law. Our in-depth knowledge and experience enable us to give clear, practical guidance in complex and rapidly evolving areas.
We advise across the full breadth of Intellectual Property rights including patents, designs, trademarks, copyright and rights in confidential information. The team combines specialists with contentious and non-contentious experience to provide support that is relevant, pro-active and commercially astute.
We advise companies of all sizes and in virtually all industries across the life cycle of Intellectual Property assets, from development to commercialization and licensing through to maturity. We also have a deep understanding of and advise on a broad range of issues in closely related areas such as e-commerce, data protection, IT contracts, and all types of media work.
We manage trademark and domain name portfolios as well as handling Intellectual Property. We also handle the Intellectual Property and technology law aspects of major corporate and commercial transactions.
Our expertise in litigation matters encompasses patent litigation, trade mark and passing off litigation and trade mark oppositions, design right infringement, copyright infringement and breach of confidentiality, as well as significant experience with cross-border IP litigation.
We can help you with:
- Domain names
- IP & Commercial (including IP in Transactions, Licensing & Transfer, Outsourcing, Portfolio development, Portfolio development, Privacy management, Trade secrets).
- IP & Technology (including Internet & E-commerce and Technology contracts).
- IP disputes & Unfair competition.