Assets pertaining to knowledge, originality, and branding have rapidly outstripped the importance and value of physical assets such as land, equipment, and inventory. In the 21st century, it is common for intellectual property assets to represent over half of any company’s enterprise value. As such, our comprehensive Intellectual Property services help to protect your business’ competitive advantage and will increase your brand and company value.
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When considering a transaction for the sale and purchase of a business (whether you are the seller or the buyer), it is essential to think about how to structure the sale to meet your needs. In this article we briefly discuss the differences between a sale of shares vs a sale of assets, while outlining
Experienced Trade Mark owners and practitioners will be well aware of the need to use a trade mark, as registered. Otherwise, registered trade marks can become vulnerable for cancellation on grounds of non-use. A recent change to the Trade Marks Act 1995 (Cth) (the Act) has reduced the time period before which a registered