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Deutsches Patent- u. Markenamt

We protect innovations

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Exhibition stand
Hall 2, Stand C28
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Topic: Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy Pavilion
Co-exhibitor with
Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft

Company Data

Deutsches Patent- u. Markenamt
Referat 2.1.2.a
Kundenservice

Zweibrückenstr. 12
80331 München
Germany
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Fax: +49 89 2195-2221

Contact(s)

Ms. Sabine Schulz
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Fax: +49 89 2195 3230

Facts

Type of company
Government/Public sector

Year founded
1877

No. of employees
1.001-10.000 (Status: 2013)

Annual turnover
less than 1 million EUR (Status: 2013)

Company profile

The German Patent and Trade Mark Office

Economically successful ideas which succeed in the market will often be copied. Industrial property (IP) rights provide an effective way to fight plagiarism and counterfeiting. Patents and utility models protect technical elements, trade marks protect the "good name" and registered design rights the outward appearance of products. They give the owner the right to seek injunctive relief and to claim damages in case of infringement.

The German Patent and Trade Mark Office (DPMA) grants patents, registers trade marks, utility models and designs, and administers these industrial property rights. In addition, the DPMA provides information to the public on IP rights. Together with its predecessors - Kaiserliches Patentamt and Reichspatentamt - the DPMA looks back on more than 130 years of history. At present, the office has approximately 2,550 staff at its locations in Munich, Jena and Berlin.

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Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt
Subsidiary/Branch office
Jena
Germany
Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt
Subsidiary/Branch office
Berlin
Germany

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Patent-Utility model-Trade mark-Design

Patents - add value to technical inventions Technical inventions may be protected by patents, if they are new worldwide, involve an inventive step and are capable of industrial application. The patent gives its owner the exclusive right to exploit the invention within a period of up to 20 years. No other ...read more

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