Trade marks are often subject to commercial transactions such as transfers, licenses, and charges, which often need to be both legally formalised and properly recorded on relevant national registers. We can work with you to ensure that the correct documentation and recordals are in place to address the relevant jurisdiction’s laws and procedures.
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As they are property rights, trade marks and their associated goodwill can be sold and transferred between parties. They can also be used in other ways, such as being licensed for use by third parties, or used as security in financial transactions. The requirements for validly transferring, licensing, or conducting other transactions relating to trade marks and goodwill varies from country to country. We can help guide you through the complexities of these processes to make them as smooth as possible.
If you are looking to purchase or license trade marks or other intellectual property rights, we can assist also with the appropriate due diligence investigations.
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