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Intellectual Property and Structuring for IP Protection

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As we transition from manufacturing to an information economy, understanding the intellectual property (IP) within a business, registering it as required and protecting it as a valuable asset is critical.

In this presentation our experts provide an overview of some of the most common forms of IP including confidential information, copyright, patents and trade marks. Zachary Pagliano breaks down examples and useful tips for each property type, before Playna Ho delves into the most effective structures for IP protection and how to restructure a business to achieve this outcome.

View the slides below, and please get in touch with us if you have any further questions about the information provided.



Please note this presentation is for accountants, financial planners and professional advisers.

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