IP Protection Blogs – Knowing Your IP Rights

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In a volatile environment, where the dynamics of law governs the outcome of judicial decisions, corporate legal executives must continuously remain proactively compliant and vigilant in all areas of legal management and regulatory revisions. In such a sphere, complacency results in high cost incurrence, corporate framework collapse and irreparable disrepute. The Chief Litigation Officer Summit […]

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Protecting the intellectual property of your website

by Waterfront Solicitors on November 19, 2015

If you own a website, it’s vital that you protect your intellectual property to avoid it being stolen from you. If you fail to put this kind of protection in place, others could make money from your hard work and reputation. Whether it’s an e-commerce website, blog or any other kind of website, it’s vital […]

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The Key Facts about Trademarks

by Donnareflect on July 23, 2014

It’s thought that more than half of small businesses in the UK are failing to protect their intellectual property in an adequate way. Without intellectual property such as logos and company names being registered, rival companies can easily use them to make money – and their victims may find that they have no legal comeback. […]

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Who Gave Away Your Firm’s IP Today?

by PaulSimms on January 17, 2014

It Might Have Been You Every firm, company, organisation or body owns intellectual property and proprietary information. This is the stuff hackers and cyber criminals crave as much as your bank account details and PIN numbers, yet we seem amazingly cavalier about governing what may happen to it outside of our defended network. How many […]

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The rules of parody: a lesson from America

by Tom Cox on June 7, 2013

As it currently stands UK copyright law does not allow a specific exception for parody use. This means that someone desiring to make a parody will have to ask for the copyright holder’s permission or attempt to procure a licence from that holder. The grant of a licence is at the complete discretion of the […]

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Intellectual Property (IP) like patents, trademarks and copyrights are some of the most valuable assets a company can own. A properly cultivated patent portfolio can be valuable to companies in any industry where technology is involved. This article is for those who already know that obtaining an intellectual property attorney is essential to their business. […]

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Intellectual Property and Divorce

by Scott Morgan on January 17, 2013

According to the Miriam-Webster dictionary, intellectual property is “property (as an idea, invention, or process) that derives from the work of the mind or intellect; also: an application, right, or registration relating to this.” Intellectual property division is an issue in divorce more often than one may think. Authors, professors, software engineers, artists, architects, songwriters, […]

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Why employers need to take IP issues seriously

by evolvedlegal on July 29, 2012

Employing staff and employment law generally can be extremely difficult for employers to get their heads around, with the morass of employment legislation out there. It is understandable that many small employers tend to focus on the issues of possible unfair dismissal claims or discrimination, which are big risks to their business, both in legal […]

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Protect your IP from cyber threats

by evolvedlegal on May 4, 2012

Research carried out by InfoSecurity 2012 has shown that one in seven companies over the past year have been victims of cyber attacks and this hacking trend is, quite literally, costing the UK billions. These statistics are the highest ever recorded since the 1990s when monitoring first began. The average cost of the worst kind […]

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