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  1. IP in M&A: Planning for success

    IP in M&A: Planning for success As is usually the case with IP, it saves time and money over the longer term if a …

  2. IP in M&A: Managing legacy brands

    IP in M&A: Managing legacy brands … brand will need to be resolved. As we wrote inIP in M&A: Fusing two businesses ’, a common approach …

  3. IP in M&A: Fusing two businesses

    IP in M&A: Fusing two businesses … offer reputational benefits, but there are also a number of IP hurdles that need to be overcome. As we covered in

  4. Look before you leap: How to safely transfer IP portfolios following M&A

    Look before you leap: How to safely transfer IP portfolios following M&A Advance preparation … follows M&A activity, due diligence should be conducted in advance of the deal in relation to the IP assets being …

  5. IP in M&A: Merging corporate brands

    IP in M&A: Merging corporate brands … merge with or acquire other businesses, the challenge for IP professionals doesn’t stop once the associated rights …

  6. IP in M&A: Get your rights in order

    IP in M&A: Get your rights in order … (M&A) activity. However, transferring and updating IP ownership is rarely a simple procedure. In this white …

  7. IP in M&A: 5 steps to manage the recordal process

    IP in M&A: 5 steps to manage the recordal process … Planning is crucial to the safe transfer of an IP portfolio following merger or acquisition (M&A), no …

  8. Time to get it right: IP in mergers and acquisitions

    Time to get it right: IP in mergers and acquisitions … value to a company, during merger and acquisition (M&A) activity, as well as making it an attractive …

  9. Trademark & Domain Name Strategy

    … and product names are powerful assets with clear benefits in terms of customer loyalty, goodwill, market share and … What we do Brand strategy development A well-formed IP strategy can capitalise on and maximise the value of … through licensing, sale/disposal and assignment. M&A services A well-maintained IP portfolio and, just …

  10. When IP meets counterculture: Is graffiti protected by copyright?

    When IP meets counterculture: Is graffiti protected by copyright? … be welcomed, but others – teenagers tagging their names in spray paint – will be less so. But, any art form that … be eligible for copyright: It must be composed in a fixed medium and it must be original. For the latter, there needs …

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