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Our Team

 

​Associated Patent & Trademark Services was founded by a professional team of attorneys, consultants and practitioners offering the skills and experience necessary to protect and enforce our clients’ intellectual property rights in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region, maximizing the value of the investment made in those intellectual property assets.

 

Our deep understanding of the MENA market, its laws and practices, along with our expertise in IP services and state of the art customer service, motivated the establishment of our firm to professionally serve our clients.

Our Mission

 

To be recognized by clients as a premier Intellectual Property firm in the MENA region.

Our Vision

 

We pledge to introduce a higher level of IP services to the MENA region.

 

We aim to be the partners of choice, covering our client's IP needs, protecting their interests and enforcing proper measures when needed.

Practice Area

 

Trademarks

Patents

Designs

Copyrights

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Useful Links

Classification of Goods & Services under the Nice Agreement.

The Nice Classification (NCL), established by the Nice Agreement (1957), is an international classification of goods and services applied for the registration of marks.

Global Brand Database by WIPO.

Perform a trademark search by text or image in brand data from multiple national and international sources, including trademarks, appellations of origin and official emblems.

FAQs About the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT).

Frequently asked questions about the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) outline the PCT procedure from an applicant’s perspective.

PATENTSCOPE Database.

The PATENTSCOPE database provides access to international Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) applications in full text format on the day of publication, as well as to patent documents of participating national and regional patent offices.  

States signatory to Hague Apostille Convention.

Convention abolishing the requirements of diplomatic or consular legalization for foreign public documents. Apostille Certification is required instead.