Via Brera, 6
Year of Establishment: 1993
Number of Partners: 10
Total Number of IP Practitioners: 35
Languages Spoken at the Firm: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish
Trevisan & Cuonzo, established in 1993, is one of the leading independent Italian law firms working with some of the most technologically advanced and innovative businesses and industry leaders around the globe.
The firm delivers client focused, industry specific, commercially aligned legal expertise covering a wide range of industrial sectors including electronics, chemical, automotive, food and nutrition, life sciences, telecommunications, media and entertainment, information technology and sports.
Trevisan & Cuonzo has established a commanding reputation both domestically and internationally for its success and in-depth business and industry knowledge in intellectual property, commercial and product liability litigation.
Intellectual property represents the core of Trevisan & Cuonzo. Our lawyers offer strategic and commercial advice on the identification, procurement and exploitation of IP rights for both offensive and defensive purposes before the Italian and European Courts.
Trevisan & Cuonzo is formed by a group of lawyers committed to excellence in the practice of law with the highest ethical standards and operates as a single independent partnership.
The firm has a network of offices in Milan, Rome, Parma and Bari.
Key IP Areas
Copyright & related rights, Designs, Intellectual property (contentious), Intellectual property (prosecution), IP transactions, ITC litigation, Life sciences IP, Patent contentious, Patent prosecution, Trade mark contentious, Trade mark prosecution
Key Sector Expertise
Advertising, Agriculture, Artificial intelligence, Automotive, Biotechnology, Chemical, Computer technology & services, Construction & materials, Electronics, Fashion & luxury goods, Food & beverage, FMCG, Furniture, Hospitality & leisure, ICT & software, Industrials, Internet, Life sciences, Manufacturing, Mechanical, Media, Medical device, Oil & gas, Pharmaceutical, Sports, Telecommunication, Tobacco, Universities & research, Utilities, Retail
Last updated 18 May 2021