Our technology lawyers draft, review and negotiate technology and intellectual property agreements. We provide legal advice to businesses across Australia.
Clients rely on our team of intellectual property lawyers for their deep industry knowledge and expertise. We help companies with brand protection, intellectual property and technology agreements and intellectual property infringement advice.
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Our technology and intellectual property services cover a wide range of legal issues, including:
Intellectual property is property of the mind. Creators invest time and money into developing IP. It’s important to invest in protecting and commercialising those assets.
Our experienced intellectual property lawyers advise clients how to get the most out of their assets.
Our team of lawyers come from different industry backgrounds, and all are experienced when it comes to technology and intellectual property.
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Farrah works with big brands to register and protect trade marks, confidential information and their commercial interests.
Micaela has a keen interest in IP law and has worked with a broad range of tech clients. She has also worked with inventors and creators.
Krystal is an experienced technology lawyer and has worked with clients in telecommunications and other industries.
Courtney has experience in big law firms. She handles commercial agreements, trade secrets, and privacy law. Her clients respect her legal advice.
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A trade mark is a unique symbol, word, or phrase that distinguishes a company’s products or services from those of others. It serves as a valuable asset for businesses, helping them build brand recognition and customer loyalty.
Registering a trade mark provides legal protection, preventing others from using similar marks that may cause confusion among consumers.
The cost of registering a trademark can vary based on different factors. Factors for trademark registration include jurisdiction, number of classes, and the choice between hiring a lawyer or using an online service.
In Australia, the cost of registering a trademark starts at AUD 250 per class for online applications.
An EULA is a legal contract between the software developer or vendor and the end user of the software or application. Its purpose is to outline the terms and conditions under which the end user can use the software. EULAs can differ, but usually include these key elements: software details, company preferences, and terms and conditions.
An IP assignment agreement is a legal contract that transfers ownership of intellectual property rights from one party to another. Intellectual property includes creations of the mind, such as inventions, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and patents. People often use an IP assignment agreement when they want to transfer their intellectual property rights to someone else.
The agreement explains the rules for transferring ownership of intellectual property to make sure the new owner is the rightful one.
Different types of intellectual property may be owned by different people.
For example, copyright is automatically owned by the author. However, those rights can be given away or transferred through a contract.
Trade marks can be registered or unregistered. By having an unregistered trade mark, the owner may find themselves losing their ownership rights if someone else registers the trade mark.
Software has many aspects to it. The written software code is subject to copyright.
If someone substantially copies software code, it may breach the owner’s intellectual property rights.