Your intellectual property is a valuable business asset. Obtaining professional advice and guidance from a dedicated IP specialist can therefore be essential when issues arise to ensure your IP rights are protected.
We offer a range of IP consultancy services to help businesses overcome specific problems they are facing and to develop and improve their overall intellectual property strategy.
Our attorneys have a vast knowledge of patents, trade marks and designs, as well as other forms of intellectual property. Active across all sectors, we work with aspiring start-ups and SMEs to universities and multi-national corporations. This considerable experience means our clients benefit from our commercial understanding as well as our expertise in dealing with the intellectual property challenges businesses can face.
We aim to bring a fresh perspective to your intellectual property portfolio. Even if you are working with an existing IP advisor, we are able to provide a second opinion, some commercial input or a full IP audit.
Led by the most experienced members of our team, we can discuss and review any intellectual property issues you may be facing. This can include simple organisational and administration matters to commercial licensing, protection, litigation and enforcement.
We can help you understand what is going on and assist you to implement policies and procedures. If you already have intellectual property rights, we can help you review and evaluate your portfolio and internal procedures to optimise your expenditure and ensure you have comprehensive protection in place.
We can also provide in-house education and training – from one-to-one sessions to full seminars.
To arrange an initial discussion about our intellectual property consultancy services, please get in touch to speak to one of our experienced attorneys.
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