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IP & Commercial Work Out

April 16, 2020, By

As the lockdown continues many of us are finding new and creative ways to get fit, whether it’s our one outing a day or jumping up and down in the sitting room, a bit of exercise can work wonders on both our mental and physical health. The same is true for your business, even if it’s going through a slow period, now is the time to put it through its paces, look at what can be improved and sure up the progress you’ve made. So we’re offering a FREE legal work out for all of our clients. Let us speak to you in the comfort of your home, and ours, to help with what you need.

In these unusual times we’re finding that a lot of clients with ongoing trade mark applications are encountering fewer objections than they normally would (with opponents reluctant to invest in oppositions) – on that basis is now the time to look at your IP portfolio and fill the gaps in your protection?

We’ve also seen an increase in demand for commercial contract reviews. Often this leads to a negotiated re-draft or simply finding a way to cut undesirable obligations via a no-liability termination.

Or maybe you’re tackling these unusual times head on, by developing new products to help those in need or finding innovative ways of deliver your services direct to your customers?

Regardless of what you’re up to all you have to do to claim your free work out is email [email protected] and one of our lawyers will be touch. You’re welcome of course to ask them for details on their own fitness regime, but you’re probably better off sticking with Joe Wicks.

Written by Will Miles, Solicitor

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