Ata Patent, Inc. is a globally recognized Turkish IP law firm with a long record of excellence and professional leadership in Istanbul, Turkey. Ata Patent Inc. has assembled an experienced group of copyright lawyers to help clients obtain, protect and enforce intellectual property rights including copyrights in Turkey. Our copyright law services include a broad range of copyright services, including the acquisition of certificates of copyright registration for such items as books, jewelry, musical compositions, recordings, plays, artistic creations, and computer software.
Copyright Law Services in Turkey
Ata Patent Inc.’s copyright practice covers all aspects of copyright and database law. In addition to providing day-to-day counseling regarding the registration, licensing, policing and enforcement of copyrights, we counsel and represent clients in copyright disputes and litigation, copyright compliance matters, and business transactions involving copyrightable works. Because of the several rights copyrights encompass, we assist our clients in maximizing revenue from the exploitation of their copyrightable works by themselves and their licensees.
Our Copyright Law Services Include;
- Copyright registration for all of the types of works entitled to copyright protection
- Consulting, license, and development agreements for all types of copyrightable works, including computer software, and literary, art, musical, dramatic, and architectural works
- Copyright clearance, analysis, and monitoring
- Civil litigation at both the trial and appellate levels
Reach us for Copyright Law Services in Turkey
Since its foundation in 1996, Ata Patent Turkish IP Law Firm has been the choice of numerous clients throughout the World. Thanks to its nationally recognized patent law practice, our ip law firm is now one of the leading intellectual property law firms in Istanbul, Turkey. For a complimentary consultation you may reach our patent lawyers for copyright law services in Turkey inquiries by sending an e-mail or through our Contact page.