IP ATTORNEYS ™
Solicitors and Patent Lawyers
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- The complex and constantly evolving development relating to information technology can make dealing with itIntellectual Property (IP) is the asset most Australian businesses consistently undervalue. The resulting loss isWe cut through the confusion surrounding intellectual property and cyberspace law and give you practical advice that is easily understood.We have the necessary expertise in this very specialist field of law to be able to give you the best advice on registering and protecting your Patents and DesignsIf you are in the business of creating distinctive works, then a basic understanding ofTo succeed in the global economy, you may need to consider registering a TRADE MARK
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAWYERS
We move fluidly between Law, Technology and Innovation.
You are part of an evolution in business and digital media based on Intellectual Property (IP) and Information Technology (IT). For example, a joint venture or franchise will involve IP rights under trademark and copyright laws, and your web development will involve IT contracts.
IP Attorneys protecting your rights
We protect Intellectual Property including Patents, Trademarks, Copyright, Trade Secrets, Data Bases, Confidentiality, and Industrial Design. We advise on Infringement Disputes, Licensing, Brand Development, Rights and Clearances, Passing off and Misleading and Deceptive Conduct. We conduct IP Audits and Patent Searches and our Copyright Registry will secure evidence of your creative work as part of our Intellectual Asset Management.
IP Attorneys expertise in Information Technology and Online Business Development includes e-Commerce, Internet and Domain Disputes, Web Design and SEO contracts, Technology Transfers, Software Licenses, R&D Agreements, Digital Media Development, Printed Circuits, Software Support, Hosted Services, and Services Agreements.
- Each country generally maintains its own trademark register. If you intend to offer your productIntellectual Property (IP) law and the perceived failure to enforce IP rights have been aHad any good business ideas lately? Let’s start with the bad news: The patenting of an invention is quite costly, with lengthy administrative delays and potential complications. Furthermore, the protectionClients are understandably concerned and alarmed when they receive a “Cease and Desist”letter from a law firm, threatening them with a law suit. The typical letter makes a legal demandThe following advice is given to an inventor who wishes to protect his business relatedThe EU has recently introduced the Community’s “Design Patent Regulations” (DPR) which have been described
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