56 Prince Shaker Bin Zaid Street
Al Rihani Building “Al Nakhleh”
Al Shmeisani, Amman
Head of Business Development & Marketing: Shafic Eid
Number of Partners: 5
Languages : Arabic, French, English, Greek
Saba & Co. Intellectual Property, commonly referred to as Saba IP, is a leading intellectual property firm committed to safeguarding clients’ intellectual property rights across the Middle East, Africa, and their neighboring regions. Saba IP was founded in 1926 at a time when the field of Intellectual Property Law, in the Middle East, was still in its infancy.
Network Memberships: AIPLA, AIPPI, APRAM, FICPI, INTA, GRUR, LES, MARQUES, PTMG
Last updated 9th October 2019
Practice Areas: Copyright, Designs, IP transactions, Life sciences, Patent litigation, Patent office proceedings, Patent prosecution, Patent strategy & counseling, Trade mark contentious, Trade mark litigation, Trade mark office proceedings, Trade mark prosecution, Trade mark strategy & counseling
Sector Expertise: Advertising, Arts, Artificial intelligence, Agriculture, Aerospace & defence, Automotive, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer technology & services, Construction & materials, E-commerce, Electrical, Electronics, Fashion & luxury goods, Film, Financial services, FMCG, Food & beverage, Furniture, Gaming, Healthcare, Hospitality & leisure, ICT & software, Industrials, Instruments, Internet, Life sciences, Manufacturing, Mechanical, Media, Medical device, Mining, Music, Nanotechnology, Not-for-profit, Oil & gas, Optics & photonics, Pharmaceutical, Professional services, Publishing, Real estate, Renewable energy, Retail, Robotics, Semiconductors, Sports, Technology hardware, Telecommunication, Tobacco, Universities & research, Utilities
Saba IP has an extensive network of branch and representative offices across the Middle East, Africa, and their neighboring regions. These jurisdictions cover Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Cyprus, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gaza, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, West Bank, and Yemen.