Protecting your intellectual property is not an end in itself, but a means to support your business operations. In creating your portfolio of intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, design rights, copyrights, etc.), a careful balance must be struck between the cost of a portfolio of this type and the revenues generated from it. We can advise you in striking this balance. Acquiring intellectual property rights is one thing; incorporating them into your business operations efficiently is another. For example, is it your company's strategy to obtain as many rights as possible, or do you opt for a strategic focus or spread of your protection? Do you abandon the protection of technology that you no longer use, or do you look for potential licensees for this technology to generate income?
And don’t forget the competition. Do you wait until you are perhaps confronted with the rights of third parties, with all the consequences and costs that this entails, or do you opt for a more proactive monitoring of the competitor’s activities in order to avoid obstacles to your business operations in the future?
We can help you make the right choices in establishing your intellectual property rights.