Intellectual property solicitors

The protection of intellectual property is vitally important to businesses as it allows them to exploit, amongst other things, their name, brands, designs, products and processes. Our specialist solicitors can review and advise you upon any current or proposed intellectual property documentation and can prepare any intellectual property document required for your business. Speak to our intellectual property solicitors on 0203 816 9303.

 

Failure by a business to protect their intellectual property rights can result in competitors copying and exploiting their products, brands and designs and therefore obtaining an unfair advantage within the market place.

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Why choose Stephensons?

Our corporate solicitors understand the value and importance of intellectual property rights and can assist with the creation, protection, enforcement and exploitation of such rights to help you get ahead and stay ahead in the marketplace.

Our corporate solicitors have expertise in dealing with: 

  • Copyright
  • Trademarks
  • Design rights
  • Patents
  • E-commerce and IT
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