Archives of IP

Cyprus trademarks law overhaul

Cyprus enacted legislation amending the Trademarks Law, Cap 268 (as amended, the “Trademarks Law”).  This amendment has brought about notable changes with respect to the registration and legal protection of trademarks in Cyprus. Moreover, the Trademarks Law now fully transposes Directive (EU) 2015/2436 to approximate the laws of the member states relating to trademarks into […]
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Technology IP – the Cyprus tax incentives

Cyprus offers technology companies the potential of an effective tax rate of 2.5% on profit resulting from exploitation of their intellectual property, such as computer software, patents and other intangible assets. This favourable tax regime is known as the ‘IP Box’. Qualifying intangible assets are intangible assets acquired, developed or exploited in the course of […]
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