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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Who owns that design?

On 1 October 2014 the Intellectual Property Act 2014 comes into force. Under it, the legal owner of an unregistered design is the person who created it not who commissioned it. How can you protect your position? More...

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How to identify and protect your intellectual property

Every company owns some form of intellectual property (IP), for example, designs, trademarks, databases and copyright. How can you quickly identify and protect all the IP rights that belong to your business? More...

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The new IP information app

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Who does your company logo belong to?

The directors want the company to have a distinctive logo and the right designer has been found for this job. Once they’ve been paid for their creation, will the logo automatically belong to the company or not? More...

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The dangers of that perfect website picture

Having carried out an online search, a fellow director has spotted a picture which will look great on the company’s new website. It doesn’t appear to belong to anyone, so is it safe to save the image and then use it as your own? More...

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should you register your name on the Net?

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The new intellectual property mediation service

The Intellectual Property Office recently overhauled its mediation service to make it easier for directors of small companies to resolve intellectual property (IP) disputes. Is this a welcome move or a waste of time? More...

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Should your company have trademark protection?

When you formed your company its name was registered with Companies House and automatically protected by law. But if your product or brand is unique or vital to your business, how do you go about protecting it? More...

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Intellectual property: protect and support

Last updated: 12.12.2018

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