Whilst it is commercially important for organisations to seek absolute protection for their innovative processes, products and identities, it is often impossible to secure I.P. protection because some elements of the I.P.R. application have already been granted to others, or are “in the public domain”.
Using online resources our research teams can review existing Trademarks, Design Rights, Patents and “Disclosed Information”, identifying opportunities for intellectual property applications and informing where applications are most likely to be granted.
This enables products and designs to be developed for client organisations in ways that maximise their I.P.R. potential and long-term commercial value.