Kadasa Intellectual Property
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Kadasa Intellectual Property (formerly Kadasa & Partners) was founded 40 years ago by the renowned Saudi attorney Nassir Ali Kadasa in Riyadh, the Saudi Capital, under Associated Patent Attorneys. Mr. Kadasa has the distinction of being the first Saudi Attorney to prosecute and win an infringement lawsuit on behalf of a foreign entity against a national infringer.
Kadasa IP embraces a tradition of providing quality service and provides filing through registration or grant of trademarks, patents, domain names, and copyrights. We provide a maintenance and protection service for all forms of intellectual property rights. IP rights protection and enforcement is our major area of strength and constitutes a sizable part of our practice. Technology Transfer Agreements and other IP-related matters are also provided to our clients by our specialized team of attorneys and experts affiliated with our firm.
We provide the full range of IP services required by our clients to develop, implement and continually revise an IP strategy, from the implementation of global enforcement strategies to the provision of commercial IP services, and IP acquisition and maintenance services. We currently represent approximately 1,400 clients managing work in over 180 countries. Long-standing clients include many of the world’s foremost IP owners.
Kadasa IP has a tradition of providing quality service. We value our clients’ requirements and manage these efficiently by meeting deadlines, responding accurately, timely reporting, swiftly attending to clients’ instructions, and providing discreet advice. While assuring quality, our attorneys and paralegals are inculcated with important considerations such as cost-effectiveness, candidness, and promptness. To help our clients centralize their IP work, we have created a network of associations in the Gulf region and the entire Middle East.
Our multilingual staff includes professionals from engineering, telecommunication, information technology, medical technology, intellectual property law, portfolio management, and Shariah law.