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Intellectual Property

The business world is highly competitive, and protecting your commercial advantage and intellectual property (IP) plays a crucial role in promoting innovation, securing market advantages, and safeguarding your company’s unique assets.

We understand the importance of protecting and leveraging your intellectual property rights. Our lawyers are dedicated to providing comprehensive legal services to ensure adequate IP protection.

Why choose us for intellectual property matters?

Our lawyers have extensive experience in various areas of IP law, from trademarks and copyrights to patents and trade secrets. We have the specialised skills to handle a wide range of IP matters. We stay up-to-date with legal developments and industry trends to provide precise and effective legal advice tailored to your specific needs.

We understand that every business is unique, and therefore, so are its IP needs. Our lawyers work closely with you to understand your business goals, innovations, and market conditions. We develop customised strategies for protecting intellectual property to ensure that your rights are secure, enforceable, and aligned with your commercial objectives.

Our expertise in intellectual property

We offer a wide range of IP services to support businesses at every stage of their intellectual property journey.

Trademarks and brand protection: We assist with trademark registration, maintenance, and enforcement, providing strategic advice on brand protection.

Copyrights and creative works: We provide guidance on copyright protection for various creative works, including software, literary works, artwork, and multimedia content.

Trade secrets and confidential information: We advise on trade secret protection and the implementation of robust confidentiality measures. Our lawyers assist in drafting non-disclosure agreements, employment contracts, and policies to safeguard your valuable confidential information.

How we can help you

Protecting and leveraging your intellectual property is crucial to maintaining a competitive advantage in the market. Contact us at (+49) 69 9675 8891 or click here, to leave us a message today to schedule a consultation with our experienced lawyers working in the IP team. We are committed to helping you navigate the complexities of IP law, protect your innovations, and maximise the value of your tangible and intangible intellectual property rights.


Intellectual property refers to the legal rights that arise from intellectual creations or innovations, such as inventions, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.

While some level of protection exists for certain types of intellectual property, it is much easier to secure legal protection when it is registered. Protecting intellectual property promotes and rewards innovation by granting creators and inventors exclusive rights to their creations.

Protecting intellectual property allows you to differentiate yourself from competitors by safeguarding your unique product, brand, or creative work, providing you with a competitive advantage.

Protecting intellectual property allows you to monetise your intellectual assets through licensing, franchising, or selling IP rights.

Protecting intellectual property provides a legal framework to prevent unauthorised use, reproduction, or appropriation of your intellectual property by others.

Intellectual property protection encompasses various forms of legal rights:

Patents: Patents protect inventions and grant inventors exclusive rights for a specified period.

Trademarks: Trademarks protect brand names, logos, and symbols that distinguish goods or services in the market.

Copyrights: Copyrights protect original creative works, including literary, artistic, musical, and dramatic works.

Designs: Designs protect the appearance of a product.

Identify the specific intellectual property rights your company possesses. Classify them into the appropriate IP categories (patents, trademarks, copyrights, or designs).

For certain types of intellectual property, such as patents and trademarks, consider registration with the relevant intellectual property office or authority. Additionally, keep records of your intellectual property. Use non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) when sharing sensitive information with stakeholders.

Regularly monitor the market for potential infringements of your intellectual property rights. Take swift action against infringers by sending cease-and-desist letters. We can advise you on the best course of action to protect your interests after a violation occurs.


Sajjad ist Solicitor (England und Wales) und gründete Oracle Solicitors in 2002. Er verfügt über umfangreiche Referenzen im Bereich Commercial, Straf- und Zivilrecht.

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