What makes us different?
The Hirsch law firm (Cabinet Hirsch) is currently a major player in the world of Intellectual Property.
Its fame, reputation and expertise, long recognized at European and international level, acquired through the efforts of two highly complementary organizations in terms of skills and activities offers its clients a comprehensive, personalized and innovative service running through the entire value chain of Intellectual Property, from acquisition of rights through to their protection and defense.
The close collaboration between the teams of multidisciplinary IP attorneys of and teams of lawyers and barristers of HIRSCH & ASSOCIES, all highly specialized and qualified in Intellectual Property lends strength to the firm’s performance making it possible to provide, with maximum efficiency and at best cost, high quality services combining top-level technical and scientific knowledge and awareness of the issues with excellent IP rights prosecution and litigation practice.
The firm is ideally equipped to:
- represent clients before the first instance Courts and Courts of Appeal
- represent clients in matters pertaining to IP rights before various Intellectual Property Offices
relying on the skills of its associates, lawyers, barristers, engineers, European Patent Attorneys (before the EPO) and representatives admitted to practice before the OHIM.
The firm essentially focuses on patent, trademark and design rights, and on copyright, domain names and unfair competition.
Whether clients need help in a one-off matter or require long-term support, or want specific assistance in litigation matters or matters such as IP rights portfolio management, the firm can adapt to the needs and expectations of its clients and can cover the whole spectrum of Intellectual Property ranging from the procurement of rights before the various Intellectual Property Offices through to their enforcement and defense before First Instance Courts and the Courts of Appeal.
A significant feature of the firm is its linguistic capital that allows the firm to act directly at national level in Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Belgium, and Luxembourg and in trademark matters, Benelux.
The working languages of the firm are French, English and German.