Dundas Lawyers works with organisations at all stages of the business lifecycle to protect and enforce their intellectual property (IP) rights.
Intellectual property is much more than copyright and trade marks, it encompasses law enshrined in Common Law and Statute, and includes confidential information, copyright, trade marks, registered designs, the tort of passing off, patents and plant breeder’s rights. Related rights include licensing, commercialisation and rights to register domain names.
The Founder of Dundas Lawyers, Malcolm Burrows has extensive hands on experience in the creation, registration and enforcement of intellectual property rights both as an entrepreneur and as a Lawyer. He understands how critical Intellectual Property can be in creating and protecting shareholder value.
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For further information on how Dundas Lawyers can assist your company to protect or enforce its intellectual property rights, please contact:
Malcolm Burrows B.Bus.,MBA.,LL.B.,LL.M.,MQLS.
Legal Practice Director
Telephone: (07) 3221 0013 | Mobile 0419 726 535
This article is general in nature and cannot be regarded as legal advice. It is general commentary only. You should not rely on the contents of this article without consulting one of our lawyers. If you would like advice regarding how the law applies to your individual circumstances, then please contact one of our legal practitioners.