Defending brands and innovations
in the FMCG sector.

Consumer Goods

From food and household devices to toys, clothes, hygiene products and eyewear, there is little in this complex sector that is not subject to legal disputes arising from multiple directions. Trademarks, design rights and unfair competition claims play the most important role in this field, but patents are also frequently relevant.

rospatt represents clients from all over the world and in all FMCG sectors. We frequently monitor trade fairs for counterfeits and effect preliminary injunctions and seizures.

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