Effective and enforceable protection of intellectual property has become a requirement for both large companies and small-medium sized enterprises. As an intellectual property is often a company’s most valuable asset, it needs special protection in globalized markets.
After years of experience in the field of Intellectual Property, ALPIM Patent became a professional company composed of two partners specialized in the protection of intellectual properties. From its origin, the activity of the firm focused on protection of patents, trademarks and designs. ALPIM Patent claim to be an international and reliable partner in the field of legal protection of intellectual property. We advise and offer legal support to innovative companies, in order to protect their interests and defend their rights.
As a full-service intellectual property bureau, we offer our clients the consultancy of experienced patent and trademark attorneys in combination with the knowledge and competence of highly specialized attorneys-at-law.
Nevzer Alperten Ozcan received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Başkent University Department of Business Administration in 2004 and has been working in the field of intellectual and industrial rights since 2006. She also completed Ankara University’s program at Intellectual and Industrial Rights Research and Application Center (FISAUM) in 2007. She was entitled as a Patent and Trademark Attorney in the same year. Besides working as an expert in IP Courts, Ms. Alperten is a regular participant and speaker at various workshops, panel discussions, seminars and national and international conferences on Intellectual Property.
Dilek Imirlioglu received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Baskent University Faculty of Law in 2005 and her Master’s degree in Competition Law. For over ten years, she has been working in the field of intellectual and industrial rights as a Patent and Trademark Attorney. Ms. Imirlioglu graduated from Gazi University with a PhD in Trademark Law. Her doctoral thesis stands as the first research on “Distinctiveness in Trademark Law and Blurring of the Trademark” in comparison with Decree Law No. 556 and Industrial Property Law No. 6769 issued on 10.01.2017. She is the author of the book “Distinctiveness in Trademark Law and Blurring of the Trademark”. She is also a visiting lecturer and scholar in many universities in Ankara. She teaches courses on Intellectual and Industrial Rights. She also works as an expert in IP Courts.