Category Archives: Intellectual Property

The Legal Issues: Starting a Business!

There are a large number of legal issues to think about when it comes to starting your business. Everything from your business name to its structure or its operation has legal implications. What follows is a non-exhaustive list of some … Continue reading

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Why it is good for me? Getting the terms of Trading right

A basic understanding of the law English law requires four elements for the formation of a contract:• an offer;• a corresponding acceptance;• consideration; and• an intention to create legal relations.Having properly drafted and signed terms and conditions will ensure that … Continue reading

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What’s in it for me? Creating value from Intellectual Property

What’s in it for me?Creating value from Intellectual Property “Whether a start up or a multi million pound business yourIntellectual Property is your most valuable asset.” Brendan O’Brien – Director Using a series of case studies Sarah Staines of Breeze … Continue reading

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Is your Business worth more than you think?

Intellectual property – what is it and why is it so important? Whether you’re an inventor, an author, a business tycoon or the owner of a small family business protection of your intellectual property is paramount.What is Intellectual Property? Intellectual … Continue reading

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Minister reveals value of intellectual property to UK businesses on visit to Nottingham

Reports published today show that investments made by businesses in products and services that are protected by intellectual property rights (IPRs) are worth £65 billion a year. The announcement was made by Minister for Intellectual Property, Baroness Wilcox on a … Continue reading

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The Business Start Up: Why do I need Intellectual Property Advice?

The protection of intellectual property is an essential part of ensuring the success of any business, so it is essential that a business owner gets it right. Mistakes can be costly and a drain on the resources of the business. … Continue reading

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Intellectual Property Department Launched by Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP today

Due to increasing demand Breeze & Wyles Solicitors LLP has formally launched its Intellectual Property and Information Technology Department today. Foscussing on SME businesses with a strong web/e-commerce presence, the department can offer in addition fixed price IP/IT Audits. Speaking … Continue reading

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Does every trading business including start-ups have Intellectual Property?

Last week I attended a networking event for Business Start Ups. I spoke to most of the attendees describing what my firm in our Business Services Department. In most cases when I said that my firm was now able to … Continue reading

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It is now cheaper to defend your Intellectual Property rights?

By introducing a cap on costs for the losing party the Intellectual Property Users Committee has demonstrated the desire to ensure that more people wishing to defend their Intellectual Property rights use the Patent County Court to protect the IP … Continue reading

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US and UK Intellectual Property Office joint statement on co-operation

In March 2010 the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office (IPO) announced plans to begin cooperation on increasing the efficiency and quality of the patent examination process by making greater use of … Continue reading

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