Trademark - Eritrea

Publish your Trademark

Due to the lack of local legislation, Intellectual Property in Eritreia is protected through sufficient public recognition, by publishing a cautionary notice in a leading local newspaper. Cautionary Notices are adverts that best describe the Intellectual Property right in question and the owner thereof.

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We prepare the publication

Our specialists will look at the information you provide and will publish it to increase public awareness of your trademark.

Trademark Watch

We watch all the trademarks daily, so that no third party could publish another trademark that conflicts with yours.

Trademark Publication


Monitor the process from the preparation of the publication to its maintenance phase. Inventa will accompany you every step of the way.

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Trademarks in nondemocratic contexts and governance in Africa

The connection between trademark protection and democracy runs deep but it's crucial to acknowledge that even in authoritarian regimes, intellectual property (IP) rights, including trademarks, are safeguarded. Published in The Trademark Lawyer Magazine, Vera Albino dives into the African continent, focusing on the example of Eritrea, a country that presents its own particularities with regard to trademark protection. Read here the full edition of The Trademark Lawyer Magazine Issue 4, 2023.

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