An industrial design right protects only the appearance or aesthetic features of a product, whereas a patent protects an invention that offers a new technical solution to a problem. In principle, an industrial design right does not protect the technical or functional features of a product. Such features could, however, potentially be protected by a patent.
What is the difference between an industrial design right and a patent?
BR Communications2018-04-11T08:41:04-05:00April 10th, 2018|