Intellectual property, information technology and media
Our lawyers provide legal advice on the full range of intellectual property matters, including copyrights, databases, registered design, trademark (infringement, management and registration), domain names and unfair competition issues.
They also cover the area of information technology such as software development and licensing, internet policies, website creation and maintenance, e-commerce, and data protection issues.
In the field of media law, our lawyers represent clients in litigation and dispute resolution matters with respect to marketing and advertising projects for all kind of media (press, television, internet and so on).
They also provide legal advice on labelling and marketing requirements, the legal aspects of advertising campaigns and promotional games, and compliance with Luxembourg laws and regulations (business practices, advertising law, unfair competition).
We have a good working relationship with the supervisory authorities for advertisement and price control in Luxembourg.
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Luxembourg isn’t just a financial centre. Over the past few years, Luxembourg has made significant efforts to diversify its marketplace and to ensure its attractiveness as one of the leading countries in Europe in IT/IP and e-commerce.