Intellectual Property Lawyers

Your intellectual property is one of the most valuable parts of your business.

Often, your competitive edge is based on your confidential information, patents, trademarks and copyright materials. Protecting and securing these assets is fundamental to ensuring your business’ future and value.

Each type of Intellectual Property has its own laws and, in some cases, international treaties. These laws keep evolving to keep up with ever changing technologies. It is a complex and dynamic area of law.

At MV Law, our experienced intellectual property lawyers have a strong understanding of many different businesses and the types of intellectual property that are most valuable to them.

We are focussed on achieving the best outcomes for your business, so our commercial and litigation teams work seamlessly together to enforce and protect your intellectual property.

The MV difference

At MV Law, our team of experienced lawyers can help ensure your company’s intellectual property is protected. We have assisted many businesses in many industries secure and protect their intellectual property. From franchisors, not-for-profits, IT companies and start-ups through to large corporations and government departments.

The term intellectual property generally refers to any intangible property created by a person and can include trademarks, copyright, designs, patents, confidential information, technical know-how and business and company names. If you share confidential information or other intellectual property with third parties, whether for ongoing use or for a potential investment, you should protect it with appropriate use of confidentiality deeds or licences, which we can help you with.

We are able to service the whole range of intellectual property matters, from registration to enforcement and commercialisation. Our services include:

  • assisting with the trademarking process with IP Australia;
  • defending trade marks from infringement
  • drafting confidentiality deeds for potential investors and business partners
  • commercialisation
  • drafting appropriate licences with manufacturers and other parties to exploit your intellectual property
  • advice on what your intellectual property is and how best to protect it
  • drafting deeds to transfer ownership of intellectual property where you wish to sell, including as part of a sale of business
  • domain names
  • enforcement actions
  • advising and acting on disputes in relation to intellectual property
  • IP audits and registers.

Be empowered with expert guidance and advice from our award-winning business law team.

MV Law's team of Intellectual Property lawyers

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