Free guide to protecting your intellectual property

Link to Brodies guide to protecting IP

Are you interested in finding out more about the  intellectual property that you or your organisation creates or usses in your business? Would you like to learn about the steps you can take to protect your intellectual efforts and prevent others from copying your work?

Often intellectual property rights (IP), whether in a brand name, design or manufacturing process, form a key part of the value of a business and its ability to stand out from the crowd and effectively compete.

To be able to optimise the value of IP and be best placed to generate a maximum return from it, it is important that a business takes active ongoing steps to identify, protect, exploit and enforce such rights. Over many years our IP specialists have worked with local and international businesses of all shapes and sizes to ensure that their IP is being fully protected.

Based on that direct experience we have compiled a brief overview guide to protecting your IP which we would like to share with you.

The guide is free to download. You can access the guide by following this link.

You can also share the guide using the shortened link

We hope you find it useful.

To find out more about our expertise and the services that we offer here at Brodies you have any questions then please contact me or another member of Brodies’ IP and technology team.

Finally, remember that you can also take part in our anonymous survey on how organisations use and value their intellectual assets. We’re keen to hear what you think. To take part, follow this link.

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