Firm Name: Aksoy IP
Practice Area: Intellectual Property Law
Leaders in Law endorses Dogukan Berk Aksoy as our exclusively recommended Intellectual Property Law expert in Turkey. If you wish to get in touch with Dogukan Aksoy please use the contact information provided above.
Dogukan Berk Aksoy, LL.M., a registered attorney-at-law, trademark and patent attorney and court expert in IP matters in Turkey, is the founder of Aksoy IP.
Prior to founding Aksoy IP in Ankara, Dogukan had worked at the Istanbul office of an international law firm with respect to the filing and prosecuting of intellectual property rights.
At Aksoy IP, Dogukan now advises his local and international clients from various sectors on a wide range of intellectual property matters, files their registration applications and oppositions against third party applications before the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office and negotiates assignment and license agreements with counter-parties on behalf of his clients.
Apart from the services mentioned above, with his extensive experience in litigation, Dogukan regularly represents his clients before the Turkish Courts in all kinds of disputes related to trademarks, patents and designs. He also carries out seizure proceedings and customs measure applications against counterfeit goods.
Aksoy IP is a boutique and dynamic intellectual property firm in Turkey.
With our team composed of trademark and patent attorneys and lawyers, we are a one-stop-shop when it comes to the protection of intellectual property rights in Turkey.
We represent our local and international clients before the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office in registration and opposition procedures and before the Turkish courts in lawsuits and advise them in their intellectual property-related contractual relationships.
We are committed to offering to our clients high-quality work with our local expertise and always being very responsive.
Aksoy IP is located in Ankara, where the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office is established, and lawsuits against the decisions of the Office shall be exclusively settled.