Intellectual Property

Trade mark, copyright and patents– basic differences and how to protect your intellectual property rights

11th March 2019|Commercial Law, Intellectual Property|

It is important for business owners to understand that most of your products, goods, brands, technologies, logos and creative works are protected by one of the three types of Intellectual Property Law: copyright, trade mark or patent. By knowing what type of intellectual property rights you own, you can take the necessary legal steps to


Common Law TM Protection

16th May 2011|Articles, Intellectual Property|

Normally someone registers a TM in order to protect that mark at law and to more easily form the basis for a claim of TM infringement. This does not mean that an unregistered mark will not have any protection. An unregistered mark can offer protection but it is less easy to establish and prove common


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