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Intellectual Property Searching, Registration and Portfolio Management

Most business hold an array on intellectual property rights such as trade marks, copyright works, designs, patents and domain names, however far fewer actively manage these rights.

We conduct portfolio audits to help businesses identify their assets and then to manage them through use of our specialist IP asset management software. This ensures that all relevant deadline such as renewal dates are not missed, details of disputes are kept to hand and that assignments, licences and coexistence agreements are linked to relevant rights.  Clients appreciate the ability to give them online access to our software enabling them to check progress and print off reports from their own PC.

Our services include:

  • portfolio audits
  • specialist IP portfolio management software
  • free IP data upload
  • automated deadline reminders
  • 24 hour client online access to their data

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Last month the Court of Appeal gave us the latest decision in the long running battle between Nestle and Cadbury. Interestingly, whilst agreeing that the well-known four- fingered chocolate snack should not be registered as a 3D trade mark, all three Lord Justices chose to give their own judgment. And for Nestle, this one might just take the biscuit.

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