Intellectual Property Law Firm, Colombo
Dissanayake M Sunil
+94 77 0547708 or+94 71 8196215
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Law Firm OverviewDissanayake M Sunil Intellectual Property in Colombo, Sri Lanka, helps clients protect their copyrights, patents, designs and trademarks. The firm helps companies inside the country and outside the country do business in Sri Lanka by making sure their property rights are safe. Since 2003, the firm has helped clients fight piracy and violators of intellectual property laws.
Attorneys at the firm explain the Sri Lankan laws to clients and keep clients up-to-date on the status of their cases. They make sure businesses know the penalties if violations are found and protect clients' property from violations. They work with clients on coming up with the best strategy to protect their property.
Lawyers at Dissanayake M Sunil Intellectual Property have the experience, skills and knowledge to be effective in fighting for rights or negotiating those rights. They work hard to provide high-quality legal advice for all their clients. They make the clients' needs and objectives their No. 1 priority and don't stop until it's achieved.
Year this Office was Established: 2003
Languages: English & Sinhala
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Areas of Law Description
We handle all matters pertaining to intellectual property including filing. prosecution & litigation of patents, trademarks & industrial designs.
Mr. Sunil Mudiyanselage Dissanayake
Copyright, Intellectual Property, Patents, Trademark
- Bar Association of Sri Lanka
- Colombo Law Society
- Registered Agent in the National Intellectual Property Office of Sri Lanka
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