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Dispute Resolution Solicitors

Dispute Resolution Solicitors

Intellectual Property Disputes

Else have team of specialist intellectual property dispute solicitors that can protect your business and resolve your conflicts.

Disputes concerning intellectual property can potentially become a major and expensive distraction in business.

Prevention really is better than cure in this case. Ensure that you are taking the necessary steps to protect your original ideas by having;

Thorough protection should deter others from intentionally using your intellectual property.

However, every business needs to be prepared to act if their rights are infringed. You may also find your business is accused of infringing someone else’s intellectual property rights.

How we can help

Whichever side of an intellectual property dispute you find yourself on, Our team of intellectual property dispute solicitors have the expertise to help.

We have the knowledge to give you prompt and thorough advice about your rights and the likely outcomes of action for or against you.

Our mediation and negotiation services can often solve disputes without having to embark on court action.

If the best option for your business is to admit that you have, perhaps accidentally, infringed someone else’s intellectual property rights we will provide reliable advice and help you to limit costs and liabilities.

If you have a solid case for infringement against another party, whether they are in this country or abroad, we will take decisive action to rectify the situation.

To speak to one of our specialist intellectual property disputes solicitors contact us on 01283 526200. Alternatively, you can send us a message and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.

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