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Registration of a trademark in Italy. FAQ

It is very important to register your trademark (word/figurative/complex) because it identifies you, your company, your products/services, and it tells customers who you are and what you do/offer. It allows you to be officially recognized in Italy and, at the same time, protected from others who might think of copying your distinctive mark. It also gives value to your brand. If you would like to register your trademark in Italy, your request can be filed online by a lawyer (or

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Brexit update

For some time we have been wanting to write an update on Brexit negotiations. When the UK will indeed exit the EU, there may well be some changes for both UK (non-EU) citizens and vice-versa for Italian citizens in the UK (e.g. visa, permit of stay, etc.). Despite growing impatience with the pace of negotiations, it may well take more than the remaining year and a half left for finalizing a Brexit deal. Brexit update For some time here at Vademecum Italia we have been

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Italy: double taxation

The Italian Government has signed several conventions with other foreign governments aimed at avoiding double taxation. These conventions are international treaties with which the contracting states regulate the exercise of their taxing powers in order to eliminate double taxation on the income and/or the assets of their residents. Italy: double taxation If, for example, you are posted abroad for an assignment, or if you live in Italy but work in another country, or if you have retired to one country and receive a pension from

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Registration of a trademark in Europe and Italian representative. FAQ

It is very important to register your trademark (word/figurative/3D/colour/sound marks) because it identifies you, your company, your products/services, and it tells customers who you are and what you do/offer. It allows you to be officially recognized in the territory of your interest and, at the same time, protected from others who might think of copying your distinctive mark. It also gives value to your brand. If you would like to register your mark at a European level (EUIPO), which means

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How to obtain a copy of a deed

The deed of purchase relative to a property in Italy is kept by the Notary Public before whom the parties have signed it. This act is public and, therefore, accessible to everyone by law. The copy of the deed may be useful to verify the ownership of a property, possible irregularities, planimetric variations, the price at which it was purchased, if special conditions were inserted in the contract, specific matters relating to the condominium, etc. In addition to the above,

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Brexit: its impact on Italian and UK citizens

When the UK will indeed exit the EU (commonly known as “Brexit”), there may well be some changes for both UK (non-EU) citizens living, studying, working, and conducting business in Italy and vice-versa for Italian citizens in the UK (e.g. visa, permit of stay, etc.). Vademecum Italia is closely following the on-going developments regarding Brexit.     BREXIT On June 23, 2016, the EU referendum took place and the people of the United Kingdom voted to LEAVE the European Union. According to art. 50 of the Consolidated version

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