Commercialisation

Owners of trade marks can often exploit the commercial value of that intellectual property by licensing other people to use their intellectual property in a controlled manner. Allowing someone to use your intellectual property under licence would typically ensure a regular royalty stream as well as enhancing the awareness of your brand through the marketing and activities of the licensee.
The Trade Mark Prosecution Group of Adams & Adams is able to assist you with the following commercialisation services: License and royalty agreements Full intellectual property valuations Intellectual property due diligence Deeds of security and hypothecation Recordal of licenses Assignment and transfer of ownership
Commercialisation
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