• Intellectual property
  • August 11, 2021

Free e-book: Your Essential Guide to Intellectual Property

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Did you know that the Intellectual Property (IP) of a business is sometimes its most important asset? 

Some of the reasons why protecting your IP is important include:
  • all businesses own some form of IP – whether they realise it or not! 
  • failing to register IP can leave your business exposed
  • IP protection is expected when seeking investment, licensing, JV, etc.
  • IP can be valuable – often 70% of a company’s worth lies in intangible assets

At LawBite we know that IP matters are often time-sensitive and can be difficult to navigate. That's the reason why we have designed a free IP E-Book: 'Your Essential Guide to Intellectual Property' to help across all aspects of IP protection.
 
There is also a really helpful IP legal fitness survey you can take.


>>DOWNLOAD FREE E-BOOK<<



How LawBite can help

As part of our intellectual property legal services, our expert lawyers will offer a fixed price intellectual property advice and help you with all aspects of IP protection including:

  • Transactional and contentious IP legal advice
  • Working out what IP you own, when/how the IP was created and by whom
  • Registering and protecting that IP, so other people can’t use or steal it
  • Advising on whether the launch of a new brand is viable and the name is cleared/free to use
  • Making sure you are not at risk of infringing anyone else’s IP
  • Helping to protect and maximise the value of confidential information
  • Helping you commercialise the value of that IP, including via licensing and assignment
  • Negotiating instances of domain name disputes and cybersquatting
  • Advising on the status of IP rights pre and post the Brexit transitional period
  • Advising on IP in the context of corporate transactions

IP matters are often time-sensitive and our lawyers are able to respond quickly and cost-effectively. We provide quick, affordable and easy-to-understand intellectual property legal services. 

In closing

Nothing in this article constitutes legal advice on which you should rely. The article is provided for general information purposes only. Professional legal advice should always be sought before taking any action relating to or relying on the content of this article. Our Platform Terms of Use apply to this article.



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