The “intellectual and industrial property rights” emerging as a small piece of land within an ocean-sized “Commercial Law”, need a new branch of law that is independent of commercial law but does not break with its core value and understanding in the face of changing time and rapidly developing technological conditions. It showed. Intellectual and industrial property law is the product of this requirement, which takes on different forms day by day, and is also a specialty that needs to be addressed in the context of the European Union and current international law.
It is recognized that the right to design may also fall within several intellectual property issues. For example, a business logo can be considered both as a “brand” and “industrial design”, or as a “utility model” or “idea and art work” as an “industrial design”. Designs are considered as a multi-faceted industrial property issue in this respect.