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SUGRAÑES - Patents and trademarks registration

SUGRAÑES is a professional Company, which was founded at the end of the 19th century. It specialises in the protection, defence, consultation and management of all matters related to Industrial and Intellectual Property.

The Company is formed by a multidisciplinary team and has its own legal department. Indeed, this, alongside its network of trusted correspondents from around the world, enables SUGRAÑES to protect Industrial and Intellectual Property comprehensively, at both spanish and international level.

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Patents, trademarks and legal assessment services

The services provided by SUGRAÑES are defined by globalisation, privacy and a unique critical subjectivity, which enables the Company to achieve maximum protection and legal security for its clients.

SUGRAÑES specialises in the protection, defence, consultation and management of all matters related to its clients' Industrial and Intellectual Property Rights. This includes Patents and Utility Models, Trademarks and Trade names, Designs and Internet domain names.

Moreover, it boasts its own range of specialised technical and legal services, which form the basis of the SUGRAÑES business, enabling the Company to support Patents, Designs, Trademarks and Domain names throughout the entire decision process. This furthermore enables the Company to optimise response time and service provision, as well as enabling SUGRAÑES to provide the most appropriate means for protecting Intellectual and Industrial Property.

SUGRAÑES news about Trademarks and Patents

Trademarks on SALE

03.04.2019

We list the trademarks that we currently have for selling. Please, do not hesitate to contact us sugranes@sugranes.com in case you need further information indicating SELLING in the subject of the email.

TRADEMARK

CLASSE/S

ALFA SEGURIDAD

37

ANÍS DEL TIGRE

33

BULERÍA BY FLAMENCO

14,18,25, 35

CATALUNYA REPUBLIC TERRA NOSTRA

25

CHISPAS

3

CURIOCITY INLOVE

18,25,35

DETRUI

5

EAU DISTINTA

3

EL RISOTTO PAL JUEVES

30

EMIR

3

EUROFIX

6, 8,11,20

FLAMENCO

3,9,14,16,18,24,25,35,42

FLAMENCO ACCESORIOS

14,18,25

FLAMENCO KIDS

3,18,25

GENTRY

3

GOLF

3

GOOD MORNING

3

HERBISSIMO

3

IDAPT

9

IMPOSIBLE

3

INDIGO

25

INSECON

5

LA FIDEUA PA LOS NENES

30

LA FIDEUA PALOS VIERNES

30

LA PAELLITA

29,30,35

LA PAELLITA NEGRA PA VARIAR

30

LA PAELLITA PA LAS FIESTAS

30

MICROZUL

5

MISS DANA

3

MONSA

31

PEPITA PÉREZ

3,14,16,18,24,25,42

PIPIPOP

5,10,35

PISFRUTAR

35

PIZZA 4U

30,35

POWERSLICE

9,38,42

PRIORITE

3

PRIORITÉ EAU BLEU

3

PRONEUTRO

1, 5

REGIMENTAL

25

SANTIAGO

33

SEXAPIL

3

SI, REINA

3,9,14,16,18,21,24,25,35,42

SIMPATIA

3

SIROCCO

3

SIVA

31

TOP-DISSENY

42

TOUR DU MONDE

3

VUELTA AL MUNDO

3

 

Copyright Directive

28.03.2019

The European Copyright Directive for the Digital Single Market "Copyright Directive", which were approved by the European Parliament on 26th Tuesday March 2019, aim to a) update EU rules on digital copyright b) improve cross-border access to works c) strengthen the European internal market and harmonise the substantive law of European states for digital platforms on the internet.

The most controversial article of the Copyright Directive is Article 13, because it requires that storage and sharing services of online contents use "effective and proportionate" measures to ensure that the uploads of content by the users of their services do not imply a copyright infringement, and if this objective is not met, the services would be responsible for the infringements.

This obligation will, in principle, make it necessary for the services to use monitoring and filtering systems, and represents a change with respect to the way companies such as YouTube have been operating until now.

The Copyright Directive does not mean killing the Internet as the most alarming opinions defend, but simply tries to adapt copyright to the current era, as intellectual property was built in the analogue era. What is true is that the Directive prioritises copyright over users' rights in terms of privacy and fundamental rights, but it seems fair that creators should be paid for their work.

We use our own cookies on our website in order to improve our service. By browsing our pages, we understand that you accept its use. More information.

Protecting the outcome of your efforts since 1925

SUGRAÑES - Patents and trademarks registration

SUGRAÑES is a professional Company, which was founded at the end of the 19th century. It specialises in the protection, defence, consultation and management of all matters related to Industrial and Intellectual Property.

The Company is formed by a multidisciplinary team and has its own legal department. Indeed, this, alongside its network of trusted correspondents from around the world, enables SUGRAÑES to protect Industrial and Intellectual Property comprehensively, at both spanish and international level.

Meet the team >
Patents, trademarks and legal assessment services

The services provided by SUGRAÑES are defined by globalisation, privacy and a unique critical subjectivity, which enables the Company to achieve maximum protection and legal security for its clients.

SUGRAÑES specialises in the protection, defence, consultation and management of all matters related to its clients' Industrial and Intellectual Property Rights. This includes Patents and Utility Models, Trademarks and Trade names, Designs and Internet domain names.

Moreover, it boasts its own range of specialised technical and legal services, which form the basis of the SUGRAÑES business, enabling the Company to support Patents, Designs, Trademarks and Domain names throughout the entire decision process. This furthermore enables the Company to optimise response time and service provision, as well as enabling SUGRAÑES to provide the most appropriate means for protecting Intellectual and Industrial Property.

SUGRAÑES news about Trademarks and Patents

Trademarks on SALE

03.04.2019

We list the trademarks that we currently have for selling. Please, do not hesitate to contact us sugranes@sugranes.com in case you need further information indicating SELLING in the subject of the email.

TRADEMARK

CLASSE/S

ALFA SEGURIDAD

37

ANÍS DEL TIGRE

33

BULERÍA BY FLAMENCO

14,18,25, 35

CATALUNYA REPUBLIC TERRA NOSTRA

25

CHISPAS

3

CURIOCITY INLOVE

18,25,35

DETRUI

5

EAU DISTINTA

3

EL RISOTTO PAL JUEVES

30

EMIR

3

EUROFIX

6, 8,11,20

FLAMENCO

3,9,14,16,18,24,25,35,42

FLAMENCO ACCESORIOS

14,18,25

FLAMENCO KIDS

3,18,25

GENTRY

3

GOLF

3

GOOD MORNING

3

HERBISSIMO

3

IDAPT

9

IMPOSIBLE

3

INDIGO

25

INSECON

5

LA FIDEUA PA LOS NENES

30

LA FIDEUA PALOS VIERNES

30

LA PAELLITA

29,30,35

LA PAELLITA NEGRA PA VARIAR

30

LA PAELLITA PA LAS FIESTAS

30

MICROZUL

5

MISS DANA

3

MONSA

31

PEPITA PÉREZ

3,14,16,18,24,25,42

PIPIPOP

5,10,35

PISFRUTAR

35

PIZZA 4U

30,35

POWERSLICE

9,38,42

PRIORITE

3

PRIORITÉ EAU BLEU

3

PRONEUTRO

1, 5

REGIMENTAL

25

SANTIAGO

33

SEXAPIL

3

SI, REINA

3,9,14,16,18,21,24,25,35,42

SIMPATIA

3

SIROCCO

3

SIVA

31

TOP-DISSENY

42

TOUR DU MONDE

3

VUELTA AL MUNDO

3

 

Copyright Directive

28.03.2019

The European Copyright Directive for the Digital Single Market "Copyright Directive", which were approved by the European Parliament on 26th Tuesday March 2019, aim to a) update EU rules on digital copyright b) improve cross-border access to works c) strengthen the European internal market and harmonise the substantive law of European states for digital platforms on the internet.

The most controversial article of the Copyright Directive is Article 13, because it requires that storage and sharing services of online contents use "effective and proportionate" measures to ensure that the uploads of content by the users of their services do not imply a copyright infringement, and if this objective is not met, the services would be responsible for the infringements.

This obligation will, in principle, make it necessary for the services to use monitoring and filtering systems, and represents a change with respect to the way companies such as YouTube have been operating until now.

The Copyright Directive does not mean killing the Internet as the most alarming opinions defend, but simply tries to adapt copyright to the current era, as intellectual property was built in the analogue era. What is true is that the Directive prioritises copyright over users' rights in terms of privacy and fundamental rights, but it seems fair that creators should be paid for their work.

We use our own cookies on our website in order to improve our service. By browsing our pages, we understand that you accept its use. More information.