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Intellectual property

Intellectual property
The term "intellectual property" refers to the intangible creations of the human mind such as copyrights, patents, and trademarks, which, unlike tangible property, are easily stolen or attributed to individuals other than their owners. In this sense,
Intellectual property

Types of intellectual property rights


IP Domain

A patent is granted to a person who has come up with an invention, as an official privilege that establishes his/her right for a period of time and guarantees that such invention is used only with his/her consent, in return for allowing the public to have access to the invention.


IP Domain

A distinctive mark used for the purpose of distinguishing the source of products or services. It may take the form of names, words, signatures, letters, symbols, numbers, addresses, seals, graphics, pictures, inscriptions, packaging, colors or a combination thereof.


IP Domain

Means a legal right, under which the author guarantees protecting the intellectual property of his/her work, whether textual, audio or visual, for a specified period of time, and grants him/her the right to accept or reject its use or publication by any means.

Industrial designs

IP Domain

It is the combination of 2D lines or colors, or a 3D shape that gives a special look to any industrial product or a product of traditional crafts.

Plant varieties

IP Domain

A botanical set of a single botanical classification, of the lowest known classes, which can be determined by expressing the characteristics generated from a particular genetic structure or a certain set of genetic structures, and can be distinguished from any other botanical set by expressing at least one of the mentioned characteristics, considering it a unit for its ability to reproduce without change

Integrated circuits

IP Domain

A product designed to perform an electronic function, in which elements - at least one of them is active - and all or some of the connections form an integrated form in or on a piece of material, whether in its final or intermediate format. Such elements are designed in a 3D order for manufacturing purposes.

Benefits of Intellectual Property Protection

Encourage external investments


Maximizing the role of research and development


Enhance the market value of your business