Your Intellectual Property is yours. Your ideas, your innovations, your business. Let us keep it that way.
What we do:
Our expert IP lawyers and business advisors can help you with:
- Collaboration Agreements
- Commercialisation of your IP
- Copyright qualification
- Design protection registration
- IP licensing
- IP portfolio management
- Management of patent renewals/revisions
- Patent applications
- Research & Development Agreements
- Selling or transferring of copyright
- Trademark registration
Why use Haddletons:
Intellectual property covers more than just innovative products and designs; it can include many other aspects of your business such as your brand name, logo and even your reputation in the business world. Let us assess your existing intellectual property assets and identify a strategy for your full IP lifecycle. The benefit to you of using our expertise is the enhancement of shareholder value and potential additional income streams.
The Haddletons Way
We earn your trust through our authenticity. We listen, we communicate honestly, we genuinely care.
We are people just like you. Get to know us and you will find that we can do more than just resolve your problems and lighten your load.
We look at the world through your eyes to offer a truly bespoke service. The more we understand you and your world, the more we can do for you.
We offer a premium service with price certainty. Our insight and expertise applied to your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
A trademark must be a unique symbol/representation for your business and will usually include words, colours and logos. It cannot however:
- be too non-distinctive
- be misleading
- use words that describe the goods/services of the company
- be offensive in any way
- be a 3-dimensional shape associated with your trade mark
If someone has used your intellectual property without your permission this is called ‘infringement’. Examples of IP infringement are ‘counterfeiting’ and ‘piracy’.
Generally, IP created by an employee in the course of their employment belongs to their employer, but if a patented invention is of ‘outstanding benefit’ the employee may claim compensation. A written contract of employment helps define and protect an employer’s IP rights.
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With Haddletons your IP stays safe, your IP is yours.