Copyright (the right to copy), Authors’ Rights (droit d’auteur) or literary rights are a set of rights granted to authors and owners of copyrights that have developed across Europe and the world in the 16th century with the advent of printing machines. Copyrights entitles authors and owners of such rights to benefit and control their protected material by, inter alia, preventing others from unlawfully copying and exploiting such material.
A study was conducted by Firas Attereh Intellectual Property in West Bank and Gaza strip using data collected from the official Palestinian Industrial Property Journals during a period of five years starting from 2016 until 2020 to measure the annual number of filed trademarks in the region. The total number of filed trademarks during the mentioned period was around 11,162 in West Bank and around 5991 in Gaza Strip.
Throughout the past ten years of hard work, Firas Attereh Intellectual Property (FAIP) acquired a huge share in the local market, by thoroughly studying and analyzing the Palestinian Industrial Property journals of the years 2019-2020 and thus gaining a significant market share in comparison with the other competitors.