IP and IT
Intellectual property promotes progress and protects creative output. Wenger Plattner has experience and expertise in all aspects of trademark, design and copyright law and advises clients across the full spectrum of intellectual property rights. Wenger Plattner conducts litigation relating to intellectual property law.
Wenger Plattner advises clients in granting of rights in licensing across the full spectrum of intellectual property rights.
Newsletter 2/21: The revised Swiss Data Protection Act (FADP): Changes and their impact on companies
In fall 2020, the Swiss Parliament adopted the total revision of the Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP). The revised FADP is expected to enter into force mid-2022. The purpose of the total revision is to bring the FADP into line with the rapid changes in technology, the changed social circumstances, and the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (GDPR) that entered into force in 2018.
The Legal 500 Country Comparative Guides | Switzerland: Employee Incentives
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview of employee incentives laws and regulations applicable in Switzerland.
Newsletter 2/20: Brexit: Trade marks with protection for the European Union (“EU trade marks”) – what do owners need to look out for and do?
Do you own a trade mark that is protected throughout the entire European Union (“EU trade mark”)? Do you regularly review whether the trade marks you own still correspond to their current use and are thus “fit” for the future? In both cases, we recommend that you read our newsletter and hope that it provides you with food for thought regarding the maintenance of your trademark portfolio now, with Brexit happening, and in the future. We would be pleased to assist you at any time.
Copyright 2021 - A practical cross-border insight into copyright law
In: The International Comparative Legal Guide (ICLG), 7th Edition, London 2020, pp. 99-103