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Weinstein, in a few words...

An asserted sense of the practice of Intellectual Property Law, supported by an authentic vocation, has allowed Cabinet Weinstein to successfully develop a wide range of clients, both in France and abroad, concerned by the quality, the protection and the defence of their creations and innovations, since its establishment by Mr. Zinovi Weinstein in 1934.

With the assistance of multidisciplinary and highly qualified teams of Patent Engineers and Trademark Lawyers, Cabinet Weinstein can provide comprehensive, responsive and consistent advice to its clients in all matters dealing with the implementation of Intellectual Property Law.

Thus, with its Patent and Trademark Attorneys, Cabinet Weinstein can directly represent its clients before the Administrative agencies such as, the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the European Patent Office (EPO) and the Office for the Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM) and advise and assist them before any Tribunal and/or Court, as well as in the whole world through a network of selected top professionals sharing the same understanding for quality and efficiency.



08/01/2015 | European Patent: Norway accedes to the London Agreement

Norway acceded to the London Agreement on September 26, 2014. As a consequence, a Norwegian translation of the specification is no longer required with respect to European patents granted on or after January 1st, 2015. picto-actu

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28/03/2014 | European Union Unitary Patent: France ratifies the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court

France became, on March 14th 2014, the second country to ratify the Agreement on a Unified Patent Court for the settlement of disputes relating to patents. picto-actu

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02/10/2013 | Recognition of Industrial Property titles in French Polynesia

According to Law n° 2004-192 of February 27th, 2004 organizing the Statute of Autonomy of the French Polynesia Territory, Industrial Property titles filed with the French Office as from March 3rd, 2004 are no longer protected into French Polynesia. picto-actu

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21/11/2012 | Patent: an easy step to implement in the cosmetics industry

A patent brings highly significant economic benefits to companies and can be obtained without too much difficulty for cosmetic compositions. picto-actu

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