Located in the beating heart of the city in Borgonuovo street or “contrada de’ sciuri” (meaning “the gentlemen’s street”) as the people used to call it, in between the famous Quadrilatero della moda and the vibrant Brera, Milan’s headquarters are the oldest branch of the company. It was found by Mr Barzanò in 1878 and it is today one of the excellence in this sector, managing important IP rights portfolios for Italian and international clients.
Over 90 people among trademark attorneys, lawyers, paralegal and support staff; over 10 departments dedicated to many kind of services to the client, from priority searches to trademarks, patents and designs’ filings, both in Italy and abroad.
Milan’s office also offers a variety of high-end services, ranging from online surveillance to enforcement actions and brand protection activities online and offline, from IP rights economic evaluation to due diligence of complex portfolios.
[…] he crossed it, and by that unique passage arrived in the street of the Borgo Nuovo. Casting his eyes forward, on the constant look-out for some of whom he might ask direction, he saw at the other end of the street a priest clothed in a doublet, with a small stick in his hand, standing near a half-open door, with his head bent, and his ear at the aperture; and very soon afterwards he saw him raise his hand to pronounce a blessing…
(Renzo a Milano, August 1630, The Betrothed, chapter XXXIV, 216-239)