Protecting your IP
The Intellectual Property (IP) of a business can be an extremely valuable asset, and one that sets that business apart from the rest of the market. Well drafted contracts and deeds of assignment and IP registration are important methods of protecting the IP of a small business. Protecting your IP can increase the value of your business and ensure your hard work is not eroded.
Our Commercial Law team have created the following cheat sheet to help you with your IP related questions:
Get in touch with one of our commercial lawyers if you would like to discuss how to protect your intellectual property rights.