About the office
The Icelandic Intellectual Property Office (ISIPO) is a government agency under the auspices of the Minister of Industries and Innovation. The Office was established on 1 July 1991 and assumed responsibility for the patent and trademark department of the Ministry of Industry. The Office's organization and scope of operation is defined by Advertisement No 187/1991 and Regulation No 188/1991. The Office's role is to be responsible for issues relating to patents, trademarks, design protection, municipal emblems and other comparable rights as provided for by law, regulations and international agreements on the protection of intellectual property rights in the field of industry. The Office is under obligation to provide private persons, institutions and commercial undertakings with information and consultancy services on matters pertaining to intellectual property rights in industry. Moreover, the Office is under obligation to ensure that information on new technology and knowledge protected by intellectual property laws is made available to the public.
For general enquiries regarding the name change:
Please contact the office via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: +354 580 9400.
For media enquiries:
Please contact Jón Gunnarsson, Communication Manager, directly via e-mail: email@example.com or telephone: +354 848 4847.