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A domain name is a “mask” for an IP address. A domain name’s goal is to easily communicate the address of a group of servers (website, e-mail, FTP, etc.).
For instance, Griffes.ch is easier to remember than 184.108.40.206.
The domain name is part of the protectable intangible assets with which significant capital is associated.
Researching availability is a key step in reserving/protecting your domain name.
Before reserving, it is essential to ensure that the extensions (.com, .ch, .net, etc.) of the domain name that you wish to reserve are available to avoid any litigation.
Griffes Consulting assists you in these steps to guide and save you from litigations concerning your domain names, trade marks or company name.
Griffes Consulting SA establishes the strategy and defines the registration budget of all your rights in Switzerland, Europe and internationally thanks to its network of qualified partners.
Our legal experts and lawyers provide their expertise, knowledge and attention to successfully carry out this crucial step in creating your portfolio of rights: brands, patents, design, domain names and copyrights.
To protect your rights, Griffes Consulting SA manages all your Intellectual Property proceedings thanks to a network of more than 150 expert offices worldwide.
Your rights are also available and can managed from your private and secure space: Portfolio Online™
Whatever your intellectual property right (brand, industrial designs, patents or copyrights) and its geographical area of application may be, we manage your portfolio, its renewal deadlines and all procedures necessary to maintain and update it.
The Griffes Consulting SA on-line platform is available to you 24/24, for secure access to all your rights and ongoing proceedings, on Portfolio Online™. From registering your rights and throughout their lifetime, it is important to monitor their legal and commercial ecosystems. Your competitors may attempt to seize your rights or create confusion by registering similar rights.
Our monitoring consists of :
- Detecting potential infringements of your rights by any new third-party registration
- Putting in place a targeted Technology Watch
- Investigating trade shows
- Monitoring certain market players (economic intelligence)
- Investigating the use of brand names.
During an infringement of your right by a third-party registration, our lawyers will assist you, alongside competent organisations, Intellectual Property offices and tribunals, in filing an opposition.
The holder of an earlier trade mark may oppose any new registration through an administrative procedure. We offer the necessary and appropriate means to ensure your rights are respected and valued. Whether this is through an amicable settlement or implementing legal proceedings and custom’s seizures if necessary.