Our Intellectual Property and Technology Practice Group, comprises two main practices: Intellectual Property Law and Technology, Media & Telecommunications Law.
Our Intellectual Property and Technology Practice Group is a broad-based field of work built around (i) IP expertise, (ii) industry knowledge in the technology and telecommunications sector, and (iii) experience in media regulation and content issues. Members of this group have a wide range of expertise, including areas such as IP dispute resolution, commercial matters, regulatory matters, and intellectual property and technology law focused work on mergers and acquisitions processes, as well as trademark registration and data protection. Areas of expertise, amongst many, include creation of brand strategy, IP litigation, digital copyright, telecommunications, broadcasting, new media, internet law, e-commerce, and data protection.
Our Intellectual Property Team provides a full range of legal services including copyrights, trademarks, domain names, patents, designs, trade secrets, and unfair competition. We assist clients with both contentious and non-contentious aspects of intellectual property matters including prosecution matters before the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office, transactions, enforcement and litigation matters. We look at IP management the way you do — as a strategic issue.
Technology, Media & Telecommunications
Our Technology, Media & Telecommunications Team draws upon industry knowledge to provide assistance to our clients that are developing game-changing technologies and innovative business models. Sourcing IT/C products and services is a necessity for nearly every industry, and our team of professionals offer a wide range of cutting-edge and practical legal solutions to help our clients become sector vanguards. We provide a full scope of services, including advice on well-established legal practices such as telecommunications, broadcasting, new media, e-commerce, shared services, data protection and privacy, as well as on legal matters arising from new technological developments with an as of yet unestablished legal practice.