Our IP Attorneys, thanks to their diverse and complementary skills, support any type of client with the best strategies and the most appropriate tools for the protection of intellectual property.

Here is the complete list of our industries:


The development of increasingly complex automatic systems, in particular the integration of mechanics and electronics, is an evident trend in every technological sector, e.g. in the automotive, aerospace, robotics and production technology industries. This convergence requires transversal skills that can only be acquired with interdisciplinary training, which is necessary to develop effective strategies for the protection of inventions relating to devices, processes and control methods.

“Fintech”, i.e. technological innovation in banking, insurance and financial services, is an ever-evolving sector due to development of new data management and payment systems, often conceived by start-ups capable of driving developments of this area. These technological developments can be adequately protected with the adoption of strategies that include tools such as patents and copyright. It is also possible to protect the types of services offered and the related communication activities with new signs, words and payoffs, which can be protected through the filing of trademarks and domain names.

Chemical sciences encompass various fields of application: from classical chemistry to pharmaceutical processes, to materials science. This brings about complex legal issues for the procurement and enforcement of IP rights, which may involve various professional profiles with specific skills aimed at procuring, defending and enforcing such rights with adequate and integrated tools.

The cosmetics and personal care sector is characterized by a continuous and fruitful research and experimentation, which provides to the market products that are closer and closer to the needs of consumers who are attentive not only to the benefits deriving from their use, but also to the environmental impact. The industrial property of new fragrances, make-up wellness, beauty and body care products can be protected by trademarks, designs and patents, which ensure the company adequate protection on the market.

The progressive digitalization and decarbonization, e.g. in transports, are highly topical issues, which make this sector particularly active and open to innovation. From microelectronics to increasingly sustainable and high-performance electric propulsion systems, patents are the most appropriate means for protecting and defending innovation in the Electric Engineering sector.

Developing solutions for renewable, clean and sustainable energy is one of the main backbones for the national and international economy. Many of the investments in research and development are therefore focused on this sector characterized by a strong tension towards innovation, which must be adequately protected by effective tools such as patents and trademarks.

Fashion is a driving sector for the economy and a distinctive feature of “Made in Italy”. Trademarks, designs, and copyright are essential tools to protect the investments in creativity and communication through intellectual property. The protection of fashion also includes patents relating to technological innovations in production processes and anti-counterfeiting techniques.

The Food & Beverage sector represents a fundamental sector of the economy and includes food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The ongoing evolution in this industry and the increasing demand for innovative products, that combine taste and healthiness, represent the scenario in which the tools of industrial property, such as trademarks, designs and patents, come to play.

Furniture & Lighting is a strategic sector of industrial design, characterized by high creativity and the continuous quest for the perfect balance between aesthetics and functionality. Products, elements and solutions for interior and outdoor furniture, lighting systems and devices can be adequately protected at an international level through various intellectual property tools, which enable companies and designers to defend their own creativity and optimize the industrial result.

Innovating in the Life Sciences and Biotech sector is a particularly demanding challenge. The progressive enlargement of the legal boundaries of intellectual property, the constant update of the relevant legislation and the stricter control standards make increasingly difficult to predict whether a new product will obtain results in line with the investments. Therefore, intellectual property strategies are needed to protect biopharmaceuticals, diagnostic products and services, biotechnologies for agriculture, bioinformatics, vaccines, microfluidic science, genetic technologies and products.

The mechanical and industrial technologies sector is constantly evolving and requires continuing investments for the production of innovative solutions and products, to allow the company to be competitive on the global market. Any production sector (metallurgy, manufacturing, energy, agri-food, electrical, medical) requires a greater and greater integration of skills to protect innovation, production and commercial success of the companies operating in this sector through intellectual property strategies.

Investments in research and development for the launch of new medical devices are in constant growth and contribute to the production and marketing of solutions, technologies and products capable of significantly improving people’s quality of life. The presence of numerous players, combined with the complexity of the current legislation, require an adequate strategy for the protection of intellectual property, through the combination of a multitude of skills aimed at enhancing inventions and protecting them in the frame of potential disputes with national and international competitors.


The energy sector is constantly evolving and faces a number of challenges on a daily basis, including price volatility. The success of a new product and a new technology in the Oil & Gas industry is linked, in addition to the necessary investments in research and development, to a careful management of risk and capital and to a focus increasingly oriented towards innovation and environmental sustainability. In this scenario, made even more complex by the presence of large players and the risk of dominant positions, it is therefore essential to adequately protect intellectual property and industrial secrets: two fundamental tools for maximizing one’s business in the Oil & Gas sector.

Developing and marketing pharmaceutical products and related technologies require huge investments in research and experimentation and involve diverse skills in the medical-scientific area, project management, marketing and communication. The medium-long time required by the launch of a new technology or product and the difficulties of an industry among the most competitive ones are factors to be taken into consideration. In such a scenario, an adequate protection of the intellectual property rights, including patents, registered trademarks, copyright, trade secrets, domain names, licensing, are needed to ensure the return on investment and limit the risk of infringement.

As we progressively move into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, software is becoming more and more interconnected with our daily life and work. With new technologies such as cloud, IoT, machine learning, blockchain and quantum computing, software developments continue to change the world we live at a faster and faster pace. Patenting, when possible, can be an extremely useful tool to ensure strong protection for software innovations. Trademarks and copyright may constitute complementary routes for protecting software.

The information technology and telecommunications industry is experiencing a profound and constant transformation, accelerated by the pervasiveness of digital technologies. Developing and marketing innovative products, technologies and solutions therefore requires significant investments in terms of infrastructures, networks, applied research. Efforts that must necessarily be sided by adequate protection of intellectual property, which in the TLC sector represents a strategic asset for the launch of any new technology.