Intellectual Property Solicitors Great Yarmouth: Protect Your Rights

Expert Commercial Law have a panel of intellectual property solicitors, Great Yarmouth. They can provide practical advice and assistance in your IP disputes.
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What is intellectual property?

Intellectual property (IP) covers a range of rights that protect creations of the mind. These rights are intended to encourage innovation and creativity by granting creators certain exclusive rights to their works. The main types of IP rights include:


These are granted for new, inventive, and industrially applicable inventions, allowing inventors to prevent others from making, using, or selling their invention without permission for a limited period.

Trade Marks:

These can be registered or unregistered and protect brand identifiers such as names, logos, and jingles that distinguish the goods or services of one trader from those of another.


Protection here can be for registered or unregistered designs. Registered designs protect the appearance of a product. Unregistered design rights arise automatically and protect internal or part designs for a certain period.


This protects original works of authorship such as literature, music, and art, granting the author exclusive rights to use and distribute their work.

Trade Secrets:

These are practices, designs, formulas, processes, or any information that has independent economic value and is subject to reasonable efforts to keep it secret.

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is the official government body responsible for administering IP rights in the UK. They provide comprehensive information on UK law and practice concerning IP


Intellectual Property Solicitors Great Yarmouth

Intellectual property solicitors provide comprehensive services across the full spectrum of IP law. Our panel of intellectual property solicitors, Great Yarmouth, are recognised for offering high-quality, market-leading IP advice.

The intellectual property lawyers and law firms on our panel handle a wide range of intellectual property disputes for clients, including:

Patent litigation:

Two companies might dispute the invention rights to a new technology, with one alleging that the other is manufacturing or selling products that infringe on their patented invention.

Trade mark litigation:

Trade mark infringement can have a huge impact on a business. A business may take legal action against another for using a name or logo that is confusingly similar to its registered trademark. Trade mark issues are very common. Our panel of IP lawyers based in London and beyond are well equipped to deal effectively handle these disputes.

Copyright infringement:

An author or artist may sue for unauthorised reproduction, distribution, or adaptation of their copyrighted work.

Design rights conflict:

A designer might claim that another party is producing and selling products that copy the design for which they have a registered or unregistered design right.

Trade secret misappropriation:

  • Confidential information and trade secrets can be key to a business’ success. A company can initiate court proceedings if a competitor is found to be using trade secrets that were confidentially developed, claiming a breach of trade secret laws.

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How can Expert Commercial Law assist?

Expert Commercial Law have a panel of experienced intellectual property law solicitors, Great Yarmouth. Our panel firms have a track record of success in these types of cases. A solicitor from our panel can be invaluable in helping with an intellectual property dispute. They provide the highest levels of service and legal advice.

Our solicitors also help with commercial claims, such as breach of contract and CCJ removal

Please note, we are not a firm of solicitors. However, we maintain a panel of trusted and regulated high profile legal experts. If you contact us in relation to a commercial law case, we will pass your case onto a panel firm in return for a fee from our panel firms. We will never charge you for passing on your case to a panel firm.

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Please note, we are not a firm of solicitors; however, we maintain a panel of trusted and regulated legal experts. If you contact us in relation to a commercial law case, we will pass your case onto a panel firm in return for a fee from our panel firms. We will never charge you for passing on your case to a panel firm. 


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