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Intellectual
Property

Every business owns some form of intellectual property. The lawyers at Thursfields will help you identify, protect, commercialise, enforce and defend it.

Whether your business designs and develops its own products, writes software, makes music or films, holds a database of clients, or uses a trade name or logo to promote its activities, it will own intellectual property of one type or another. This property is extremely valuable in a number of ways; not least that it can be exploited for commercial gain and can inhibit competition. However, not all intellectual property is obvious and often businesses need some assistance to see its value. Thursfields has many years of experience in helping businesses protect and exploit their intellectual property.

Our services include:
Intellectual Property Audits
Copyright, design and patent advice
Trademark classification and registration
Preventing the unlawful infringement by third parties
Licensing and exploiting your IP
Confidential information
Advising upon mergers and acquisitions in the technology, media and telecommunications sectors

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When the Cookie Crumbles

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Stuart Price
Director, Commercial & Technology, Media and Telecoms

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Team

Jane Rudge

Director, Commercial

Tim Lawrence

Director, Dispute Resolution

Gareth Burge

Director, Corporate

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