Intellectual property law

Monegasque intellectual property law is governed by four main laws :

  • Law No.1058 of June 10, 1983 on Trademarks and Service marks;
  • Law No.606 and No.607 of June 20, 1955 on patents, and on Designs and Models;
  • Law No.491 of November 24, 1948 on the Protection of Literary and Artistic Property.


The main intellectual property treaties are applicable, as Monaco entered most of the Agreements in the discipline. Monegasque intellectual property law is therefore developing according to international standards.

We can advise our clients on trademarks, patents, designs and models application , and in any kind of proceedings, e.g. counterfeiting, seizure for counterfeiting, and tort actions.

 

Practitioner

Benjamin LECLERCQ

Benjamin LECLERCQ

Benjamin LECLERCQ

Benjamin LECLERCQ

Former member of Paris Bar
Associate

After several years working as a lawyer in Paris, Benjamin LECLERCQ joined our firm in 2014. He acts as a litigator and counsellor focusing on business law.

He graduated from HEC Paris, and completed his law studies at Paris II (Panthéon-Assas). He holds a First Degree Masters in English Law from University College of London and a Second Degree Masters in Business and tax law from Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne).

He is fluent in French, English and Spanish.

                                                                                                  

Expertises
Intellectual Property Law, Business Law, Corporate Law.
Contact
Phone: +377 97 70 40 70
Email: bl@giaccardi-avocats.com
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