Ata Patent has assembled an experienced group of patent attorneys in Turkey to help clients obtain, protect and renew intellectual property rights design patent renewal in Turkey.
Our Turkish patent lawyers provide a broad range of design patent services in Turkey including; design patent application, renewal, and protection such as intellectual property litigation, appeal, opposition, cancellation, assignment, monitoring, search, and licensing.
Fast Design Patent Renewal in Turkey
Our Turkish design patent attorneys provide design patent renewal in Turkey. The protection period for a registered industrial design is 5 years and should be renewed every 5 years 4 times for the extension of protection up to 25 years.
The renewal period of a registered design begins 6 months before the end of the protection. Designs can be renewed with late payment for up to 6 months after the end of protection.
Renewal fees should be deposited at the Turkish Patent Institute by a representative of the company or a trademark attorney. In case such fees are not deposited, registered designs are considered invalid, that is, the monopoly right thereof is removed and they became the property of the public.
Unlike patents and trademarks, there is no requirement to work/use of industrial designs in Turkey.
How Long is Industrial Design Protection in Turkey?
The term of protection of the registered designs in Turkey is 5 years from the date of application. The term of protection may be extended up to 25 years in every 5-years renewal period.
Reach us for Design Patent Renewal in Turkey
Since its foundation in 1996, Ata Patent has been the choice of numerous clients throughout the World. At Ata Patent, we partner with our clients to grow their businesses by protecting their intellectual property with strategic planning, customized and scalable solutions, and cost-effective project management.
Our industrial design lawyers in Turkey prosecute and maintain patents, design patents, and trademarks across a variety of industries and in multiple countries, and litigate in IP courts and before TPTO.