Airbnb is one of the world’s largest accommodation providers but owns no properties. Uber is one of the world’s largest taxi companies but owns no vehicles. Facebook is one of the world’s largest media owners but creates no user content. A substantial part of the value in these companies resides in their intellectual property assets.
We have been advising clients in the technology and software sectors for over 25 years, and technological solutions to our problems are now more critical than ever. Whether you’re a software start-up wanting to register your trade marks, a multinational gaming organisation looking to patent your AI algorithms, or somewhere in-between, we recognise the importance of your intellectual property assets. We offer a range of services to protect, commercialise and enforce your rights.
In a recent case, our technology solicitors successfully secured a games developer the ownership of all IP rights for their commercial project, allowing them to protect this work through patents and trade marks, which they could monetise further through licensing on different platforms.
Read more for an outline of the services we provide for software and technology companies, or fill in the contact form to discuss your business with one of our technology IP lawyers.