Trade marks are the most common form of intellectual property owned by businesses. A trade mark is the property of the business like any other asset. Trade mark protection is focused on protecting a sign or logo (mark) that a business wants to use or does use as a ‘badge […]
Intellectual Property Protection Intellectual Property Protection and Intellectual property rights (IP Rights) establish the right of control over an innovation, whether it be a book, a painting or an invention. Intellectual property protection and the rights attached to IP can be allocated in a number of ways, principally by: sole […]
Protecting Intellectual Property Protecting Intellectual Property is vital to maintain its competitive advantage. If your innovation has the capacity to make money, competitors will look to imitate that success. Intellectual property protection prevents low-cost imitators stealing your market. Without protection, having the lowest price can become the major point of […]
Intellectual Property refers to creations of the mind. By registering your IP you gain legal protection over use by others.
What is Intellectual Property? Intellectual property (IP) is a term that refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions and artistic and literary works. IP also covers names, designs and symbols used in commerce. The aim of protecting intellectual property is to strike a balance between protecting the interests […]