Legal Advice and Services
In an increasingly knowledge-driven business environment, intellectual property (IP) is a key consideration in day-to-day business decisions. Intellectual property is one of the key considerations effecting all IT-enabled companies and knowledge-based industries. The exploitation, protection and enforcement of IP rights especially in high-tech companies is a key aspect of a company’s measure of success or failure.
Few businesses have the luxury of ignoring the shift in the way the world does business and the emphasis on delivering value not just from physical assets but from intangible capital.
Why do you need JPHLAW to protect your idea?
The development of the internet has seen new software innovations, domain name real estate and the growth of businesses specialising in website development. The innovations are often worth considerable sums of money and should be protected like any other assets.
What can we do?
We can help you interpret and advise in the areas of law which apply to the internet. We advise clients on business contracts, intellectual property and data protection. We understand the how the internet works.
We are solicitors who understand business , skilled and approachable solicitors .We will add value to your business. We will ensure that your interests are fully protected by advising you of your rights and obligations.
Our solicitors can help you with:
- commercialising intellectual property rights, which includes copyright, patents, trade marks, anti-counterfeiting & piracy, digital rights management, know-how, confidential information, and trade secrets.
- securing IP rights, such as buying and selling intellectual property rights, auditing IP assets, structuring licensing strategies, negotiating and drafting contracts, advising on joint ventures, advising on competition law, framework distribution and agency agreements.
- brand protection, such as trade mark and design registrations in Europe and the UK, and implementing anti-piracy measures.
- enforcing intellectual property rights, by detecting and preventing infringements of rights and using alternate dispute resolution methods and commercial litigation. Also, implementation of anti-counterfeiting programmes to mitigate against the effect of counterfeiting.