Register your Trade Mark

June 25, 2017

Protecting your intellectual property is a vital step in protecting your business. When managed properly, a trade mark has the potential to become one of the most valuable assets of your business. Dragon Law has helped hundreds of businesses register their trade marks. We ask you a few questions and guide you through the process. We do the paperwork and manage the application for you. It’s fast and easy! Contact
us to register your trade mark today.

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Own your Intellectual Property

June 20, 2017

Protecting your intellectual property is a vital step in protecting your business. When managed properly, a trade mark has the potential to become one of your most valuable commercial assets. Dragon Law has helped hundreds of businesses register their trade marks. We ask you a few questions and guide you through the process. We do the paperwork and manage the application for you. It’s fast and easy.

Contact us now to register your trade mark and protect your brand.

Once you have registered your trade mark, you might need a Trade Mark Licence Agreement. This is a document through which the owner of a trade mark (the licensor) gives approval to another person (the licensee) to use the trade mark, normally for a licence fee. This document helps parties to clarify important questions, such as how the trade mark can be used, the duration and territory of the licence, and the responsibilities of both licensor and licensee.

If you decide to sell or transfer a trade mark, you will need a Trade Mark Assignment. This can help to ensure that the rights that are being transferred are correctly identified and assigned, the fee for assignment is established, and both parties are clear on their rights and remedies.

Before entering any commercial relationship, start with a Confidentiality Agreement, also known as a Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA). This ensures that other businesses do not misuse any commercial information you exchange during negotiations. Use a one-way Confidentiality Agreement (unilateral NDA) if only one business is sharing information or a standard two-way Confidentiality Agreement (mutual NDA) if both parties reveal sensitive information to each other.

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The Six Stages

Starting a new business is an exciting prospect. Working for yourself, turning your ideas into reality, and making your own money has motivated many to take the entrepreneurial route and set out on their own. In the excitement of launching a business, obvious legal issues can often be overlooked that later derail an otherwise well-thought-out business plan.

Putting in place basic legal documents protects the interests of your business, as they help to set out clear rights and responsibilities. Written legal agreements are a great way to create clear expectations and therefore help to avoid conflicts. For an entrepreneur or business owner, tackling your legal needs can seem daunting, but it doesn’t need to be.

Not sure where to start? Just read on. We’ll explain the six different stages every startup goes through. Learn the secret of how to get started quickly.

Form a Business

When starting a new business, you will need to decide the type of business structure that will be used to operate your business and, if relevant, where you would like to incorporate your company. Some countries are easier than others. Different countries also offer different tax schemes. Be smart in deciding how and where to incorporate!

Own Your Intellectual Property

Make sure you own your trade mark and you maintain and protect it after registration. A trade mark will be one of your most valuable commercial assets if you manage it well.

Fund Your Business

Your business will not be able to grow without funding. Learn what methods are available, what documents you need, and what is the best way for your business to start raising capital at an early stage

Hire a Team

When growing your business, you will need to hire a team. Employment law is complex, so make sure you are in line with legal regulations.

Go Online

Going online can be a lucrative way to expand your business and grow revenue. Think about how to protect customer data, outline terms of use, and include payment terms. Neglecting these basics can put your business at risk.

Sell Goods and Services

There is a wide range of contracts that need to be used regularly in the course of doing business, including before you enter into a commercial relationship, when you sell goods or services, or when you expand or decide to terminate a collaboration.

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Intellectual Property

Intellectual property (IP) refers to the exclusive rights that apply to intangible human creations. Intellectual property is a core asset of a business. The main types are trade marks, patents, copyrights, and trade secrets.

When managed properly, a trade mark has the potential to become one of the most valuable assets of your business.

Registering a Trade Mark

Register your trade mark to ensure it is protected properly. Dragon Law has helped hundreds of businesses register their trade marks. We ask you a few questions and guide you through the process. We do the paperwork and manage the application for you. It’s fast and easy!

Contact us now to register your trade mark.

Documents to Protect Your Trade Mark

A Trade Mark Licence Agreement is an agreement through which the owner of a trade mark (the licensor) gives approval to another person (the licensee) to use the trade mark. This document helps parties to clarify important questions, such as how the trade mark can be used, the duration and territory of the licence, the amount paid, and the responsibilities of both licensor and licensee.

If you decide to sell or transfer a trade mark, you will need a Trade Mark Assignment. This can help to ensure that the rights that are being transferred are correctly identified and assigned, and both parties are clear on their rights and remedies under the transfer.

Protect Confidential Information

A simple Confidentiality Agreement, also known as a Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA) can ensure that other businesses do not try and take advantage of your ideas or commercial information. Use a one-way Confidentiality Agreement (unilateral NDA) if only one business is sharing information, or a two-way Confidentiality Agreement (mutual NDA) if both parties reveal sensitive information to each other.

Start managing your legal needs with Dragon Law today.

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