full service intellectual property law firm Based in Bangkok
'Boutique Service – Global Protection'
We offer services in all areas of IP law including application and prosecution of patents, trademarks and designs, as well as IP searches, assignment, licensing, franchising, recordation, renewal, investigation, litigation and enforcement.
We also offer our services in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar & Vietnam
Thailand Trademark Firm of the Year 2020
from ASIA IP MAGAZINE
Full Service Intellectual Property Law Firm
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Satyapon & Partners aims to provide the highest standard of diligent, ethical and professional services in order to serve the best interests of our clients throughout the world.
Our specialists handle a huge volume of PCT National Phase applications and Madrid Protocol provisional refusals every year.
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Why Choose Satyapon & Partners?
The firm was founded by a George Washington Law School graduate, Mr. Satyapon Sachdecha in 1995. Over the years the firm has developed into one of Thailand’s leading IP firms. We have a strong team of patent agents, technical associates and translators in all fields of technology.
In October 2016, Satyapon’s patent team was strengthened further by the arrival of Mr. Verasak Maiwatana, former examiner and Director of Thailand Patent Office, who has 35 years of invaluable experience in the Thai Patent Office.
In addition to Thailand, in recent years, our firm has pushed strongly into regional portfolio management. In particular, we handle a great deal of matters for local and international clients in the surrounding countries of Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. Clients are very appreciative of being able to rely on our quality and standards with a single point of contact for the region.
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Insights & News
Department of Intellectual Property conducts annual destruction ceremony to destroy over 500 million baht worth of infringing goods
On Monday morning, September 13, 2021, the Department of Intellectual Property (DIP) along with the Internal Security of Operations Command (ISOC), the Royal Thai Police,
The current Thai Patent Act first came into force on September 12, 1979 (B.E. 2522). It has been amended several times over the years, with