We are a team of 12 professionals (attorneys at law, paralegals, secretaries) fully specialised in trademarks work and related areas. We represent local and foreign clients in Switzerland and are internationally responsible for a number of well-known brands, amongst others in the fields of tobacco (cigars), cosmetics, tourism, financial services, stock exchange indices, food, textiles, sporting goods, supermarkets, technical products and names of celebrities.
We correspond in English and German. In addition, we understand French and - with limitations - Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian.
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Newletter November 2017
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The blue symbol in our logo represents an ancient house-sign (in German: "Hauszeichen" or "Hausmarke") of a Meisser family.
Such signs have been used since prehistoric times for marking houses, borders, animals or other belongings of a family.
Comparable to trademarks, house-signs serve the purpose of distinguishing. There were even regulations requesting their use, for example for marking cut-down trees.
An old book on the little valley St. Antönien near Klosters lists 259 local "Hauszeichen". (C. Schröter, Das St. Antönierthal im Prättigau, Zürich 1885).
Some of these signs are derived from Roman characters, runes, religious or magic symbols. Nr. 44 in the above link "Hauszeichen" can be understood as representation of an hour glass or Nr. 231 is identical to the Futhark-Rune "thyr" which also stands for "flat" or "act" and "faithfulness" (Peter Guler, Rätselhafte Hauszeichen, Chur und Bottmingen/Basel 1992, page 34).
Runes can still be found on old houses in Klosters.
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