Your business’ success is defined by its ability to be unique. Whether it’s a secret sauce, a few lines of code, the mechanics of a machine, or the way you get things done, your commercial viability is the result of the value that is delivered by your unique.
is a boutique intellectual property and commercial law practice. We are dedicated to helping clients protect, grow and enforce their intellectual property assets through expert and dependable advice.
When it comes to protecting your unique, you are only as strong as your weakest link. Our clients enjoy unparalleled attention to detail from our IP, Corporate & Commercial Legal services.
As a team of specialists, we are incredibly focused on helping our clients achieve their commercial goals. We believe the best way to do this is through relationships built on invested interest and mutually-determined value. We immerse ourselves in your business and brand to achieve the best possible outcome for your circumstances.
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A template for managing your company’s Intellectual Property Assets In Part One of Good IP Governance, we explored the relationship between well-managed intellectual property assets and a company’s ongoing financial performance. We stepped it up a notch and revealed the responsibility of directors, in the performance of their legal duties, to properly understand how IP is inextricably linked with
Let’s start with a simple proposition: IP + Good Governance = Increased Enterprise Value The competitive advantage of nearly any Australian business can be tied to its intellectual assets – be it their brands, goodwill, trade secrets, corporate knowledge, patented processes, software applications, product designs etc. Boards must take responsibility for incorporating IP management issues into their