Intellectual Property

What is Intellectual Property?

Rapid advancements in the field of science, technology and other fields of innovation have brought about the need to implement and enforce Intellectual Property Rights of innovators and authors.

Intellectual property refers to creations of the mind; such as designs, music, art, technological inventions and writing. How you protect your intellectual rights depends on the type of invention or creation you have. The owners of such intellectual property can take out patents or file copyrights to protect their rights. Trademarks can be registered to distinguish unique products or services from others of a similar nature.

Technological inventions are often critical to the success of your business. If you have been responsible for creating a better process, a smarter product or any innovative idea that makes your business work better, then you should prevent your competitors from gaining economic advantage through your idea. Protecting intellectual property leads to enhanced economic growth and creates new jobs and industries.

At P&A, we constantly endeavour to stay on top of the ever-changing IP landscape and have successfully been offering timely, proper and effective advice, assistance and action to our clientele across the globe.

By protecting their IP rights, the owners of patents, trademarks or copyrights can reap the benefits of their unique idea or creation. Intellectual rights stimulate and encourage fair competition, and allow consumers to make informed choices for goods or services used by them.

P&A has provided IP services to a wide spectrum of clients, including individual inventors and entrepreneurs, business start-ups, small businesses and large corporations including several Fortune 500 companies.