Using reason but not forgetting wisdom, in the presence of conflicts it is sometimes better to seek agreement. A coexistence agreement between intellectual property rights (trademarks, patents, models) must presuppose a profound legal technical knowledge that can frame the securities in potential conflict with the reference market to which both are addressed.
GRIGA Advertising explores the possibilities that may lead to an agreement. However, litigation is sometimes unavoidable and we therefore resort to administrative and judicial opposition / nullity proceedings, requesting the competent authorities, where appropriate, legal proceedings and customs actions to protect the rights of our clients.
Conversely, in the event of attacks by third parties on the Intellectual Property rights of our clients, we evaluate the possibilities of minimizing the risks deriving from the conflict by exploring possible alternatives. Better a good agreement than a conflict with unpredictable outcomes. In fact, sometimes it is sufficient to reduce the scope of protection that can satisfy the parties involved.
Based on our experience we can say that attacks by large companies, including multinationals, on our customers have sometimes been resolved with mutual satisfaction agreements.