Achieving impossible
While protecting your ideas

Globally

CLAIMS
supports
Open COVID Pledge

In times of peace, the intellectual property rights protect business investments in the development of new products and technologies, however, these rights can become a legal obstacle when humanity faces extreme challenges.

Open COVID Pledge is a global initiative consisting in a temporary waiver by rightsholders of IP rights which can be of help in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic and its negative impact.

CLAIMS supports Open COVID Pledge and calls out to Russian and European businesses owning relevant technologies to grant an Open royalties-free licence for third-party use in the purpose of fighting the Covid-19 pandemic and its negative impact, as long as the pandemic persists and for 12 months after the World Health Organisation declares the Covid-19 pandemic to have ended.

CLAIMS also invites all other businesses that do not hold any relevant technologies to support the Open COVID Pledge by sharing information and urging rightsholders of crucial technologies to join in.

We believe that emergency free use of essential technologies during the pandemic and the fighting of its impact will allow the humanity to return to its normal life sooner.

For our part, CLAIMS will provide free consulting in Russian and European IP rights to companies that support the Open COVID Pledge and grant an Open Covid Licence for their relevant technologies.

Besides, in order to avoid a significant decline in Russian business in the European Union, CLAIMS offers free consulting in protection of Russian brands in the EU.

If you

  • own a technology that is of crucial importance to ending the Covid-19 pandemic and fighting its negative impact, or
  • support the Open COVID Pledge Initiative and are willing to pledge, or
  • run or plan to run business in the European Union during the Covid-19 pandemic,

get in touch with us at telegram, whatsapp, viber, facebook or contact@claimsip.com

Without any limits

We protect intellectual property of our clients in more than 20 different jurisdictions.

Each country has its unique legal environment and its own specifics.​

USA

Russia

France

United Kingdom

Switzerland

Israel

China

Germany

Italy

Kazakhstan

Moldavia

Armenia

Azerbaijan

Kyrgyzstan

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Georgia

Belarus

Cyprus

Finland

Czech Republic

Spain

Key country for global protection of software and mobile applications. Specific system of trademark protection.

Non-expensive and relatively fast court proceedings on trademark disputes, which, however, will likely require review in cassation.

In numerous countries of CIS trademark application data is confidential and is not available online.

In numerous countries of CIS trademark application data is confidential and is not available online.

In numerous countries of CIS trademark application data is confidential and is not available online.

In numerous countries of CIS trademark application data is confidential and is not available online.

In numerous countries of CIS trademark application data is confidential and is not available online.

In numerous countries of CIS trademark application data is confidential and is not available online.

Specific tax concessions for software developers.

In numerous countries of CIS trademark application data is confidential and is not available online.

Country with extensive regulations on geographical indications.

Jurisdiction with relatively fast trademark and patent registration procedures.


Unique legal system for the protection of modern art and designs.

Relocation of intellectual property to Cyprus is a popular instrument of cross-border tax optimization.

Jurisdiction with specific types of non-traditional trademarks, e.g. Kennfaden.

Continental type jurisdiction with non-registered trademarks protection similar to common law countries.

Country with relatively short period of opposition against trademark applications.

Jurisdiction which allows termination of trade name rights due to non-use.

Jurisdiction lays down specific requirements for employer to acquire exclusive rights on software created by employee.

Country with 5 different legal instruments to protect industrial, fashion or graphic designs and artworks.

Advanced legal protection of software and mobile applications.

Country with sophisticated legal instruments to protect intellectual property online.

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