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 has assembled an experienced group of Turkish Intellectual Property Litigation lawyers to help clients obtain, protect and enforce intellectual property rights including; Turkish patent application, registration, protection such as ip litigation, appeal, opposition, cancellation, assignment, monitoring, search, and licensing. Our attorneys have experience successfully representing clients in court and at the negotiating table. We also have a strong track record of success in a full spectrum of IP law matters.

IP matters can be confusing, even for seasoned business owners. Ata Patent is here to cut through the complexity and offer guidance. We offer client-centric representation to a wide range of businesses and individuals, including those who are looking to secure their intellectual property or who are concerned about violating trademarks. In today’s world, intellectual property is extremely valuable — now more than ever before. Brands can now reach a global consumer base with a simple click of the button online, thus enhancing the inherent value of business trademarks and copyright. With the years of experience of our accomplished litigation attorneys, our firm has the ability to effectively represent our clients’ interests in a variety of IP litigation matters.

At Ata Patent, it is our firm philosophy to develop personal working relationships with our clients, which enables us to provide responsive and effective legal services. We work with our clients to ascertain that our legal services are appropriate to their interests. From the outset of our handling of each matter, we assist our clients in analyzing the risks, benefits and costs associated with each legal transaction.

It is the goal of the firm members to provide timely and effective legal services in each legal matter for which we are retained. We pride ourselves on putting the interests of our clients where they should be – first and foremost.

Turkish Intellectual Property Litigation

Turkish Intellectual Property Litigation in Turkey

Ata Patent’s IP Litigation section today carries on the traditions of over 25 years of courtroom practice, representing clients in a broad range of commercial and IP lawsuits.

The firm’s trial attorneys actively work to improve state judiciary by participating as members of advisory committees to improve the speed and efficiency of the national courts. Many of the firm’s litigation attorneys have previous professional experience that provides helpful insight into our clients’ needs and business practices. The firm’s Litigation section includes attorneys with prior government experience.

While many of the firm’s clients look to us for representation in traditional business and tort actions, the firm’s attorneys are also accustomed to handling matters involving complex and unique legal and factual issues. The firm has coordinated the efforts of several law firms to manage IP litigation encompassing hundreds of factual and legal issues and millions of pages of relevant documents. The firm’s experience has led clients to call upon Ata Patent Inc. to handle their most crucial, time-intensive litigation matters, such as hostile takeovers and “emergency” actions seeking to enjoin or avoid injunctions of business activities. Ata Patent Inc. attorneys have regularly been involved with the trial and appeal of numerous cases of first impression, including intellectual property matters, civil rights matters, litigation under securities laws, and banking and lender liability questions.

The application of available technology to provide cost-effective litigation services to our clients is a priority at Ata Patent Inc. The firm offers in-house computerized database and transcript management facilities using state-of-the-art hardware and software systems, and attorneys, paralegals, and technical staff skilled in the use of these tools. Additionally, the firm has in house capabilities for the development of trial graphics and staff trained to implement the system during trial.

We actively monitor the use of our clients’ intellectual property, and we can act quickly to enforce these various rights against infringers through the effective use of temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions. With vast experience in both prosecuting and defending litigation cases involving patents, trademarks, and copyrights, we have been successful in recovering damages and quickly obtaining injunctions for our clients. In some cases, our commercial litigation experience allows us to resolve licensing and contract disputes quickly and efficiently.

Trademark Refusals Services

Trademark Refusals Services

Turkish Patent and Trademark Office (TPO) reviews each trademark application, and if it concludes that the application has the characteristics needed to be a trademark i.e. if it distinguishes the goods or services of a given business from the goods or services of another business, does not look like a trademark already registered or for which a registration application is pending, does not state type, choice, nature, quality, quantity, purpose, value and geographical source, is not a sign used by everybody in commercial activities, does not contain a religious value or symbol, and is not contrary to the public order and general morality, TPO will decide to publish the application in the Official Trademark Bulletin.

If a trademark application is refused by TPO’s one of trademark examiners after such review, the applicant is entitled to appeal the said refusal by filing an appeal petition to the Re-Evaluation and Examination Board (REEB) of TPO within 2 months from the date on which the said refusal has been notified to the applicant. If the applicant does not use this right within 2 months, its application will be canceled and its right to appeal will be revoked.

If TPO approves that a trademark application meets the criteria described above, it will be published in the Official Trademark Bulletin, so that it will be made available to the public for review.

In this case a trademark application will be published for 3 months. During this period of 3 months, real persons, legal entities and professional associations will be entitled to file an opposition before TPO to object a trademark application on the grounds that they already own it, a trademark application is similar to their own trademark, or the trademark application breaches a copyright, etc., provided that documents proving such allegation must be enclosed to such letter of objection.

Such opposition and the documents enclosed thereto will be sent to the applicant or its attorney in order to enable them to prepare an answer. The applicant or its attorney must present its answer to Turkish Patent and Trademark Office within 1 month after receiving the above mentioned opposition.

Both the opposition and its evidence documents and the answer given to it will be reviewed by the Re-Evaluation and Examination Board (REEB) of TPO, so that REEB will decide either “application will proceed” or “application will partially proceed” or “application rejected“.

Reach our Turkish Intellectual Property Litigation Lawyers

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.  We prosecute and maintain patents and trademarks across a variety of industries and in multiple countries, litigate in IP courts and before TPO.

Ata Patent attorneys not only prosecute but also litigate patents, giving you a distinct advantage. Rather than merely process a patent, our attorneys anticipate evolving trends and assess the likelihood of future litigation. We scrutinize the marketplace, continually staying abreast of changes affecting a client’s business. For a free consultation you may reach our IP litigation attorneys for Trademark Search in Turkey by sending an e-mail or through our Contact page.