Put your ideas in the hands of experts.

Whether it is an important new product for your company, requiring the full range of IP rights including patents, registered designs and a new brand, or else an early stage idea and you are not sure what kind of protection should be sought, we’d like to hear from you.

Generally, it is far better to discuss the IP possibilities in confidence with us at an early stage – and for a valid patent to be obtained the idea must remain confidential before the application is filed. A registered design application must also be filed before the design is disclosed – though there is some leeway in certain territories.

We can help you make sense of the various types of protection available; if necessary conducting searches to obtain a clearer understanding of what has been done before. We are equipped to draft, file and prosecute your application for a patent, a design or a trade mark.

Our rates are competitive and our charging structure is simple and transparent.

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Opinions from experienced IP professionals.

If you believe your IP rights have been infringed – or are about to be infringed – we can help clarify your position and assess your options, including the strength of your case. It may be inadvisable to delay, as this could count against you in a Court of Law, for example when seeking certain types of injunction against the infringer. We operate within an extensive network of professionals across the globe, from investigators to litigators, who can help put pressure on your competitors in such circumstances.

And if the boot is on the other foot, and you find yourself on the receiving end of threats, we can bring our considerable expertise to bear, performing investigations as to the validity of the rights you are alleged to infringe, providing opinions on the strength of the case and if necessary negotiating a settlement.

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Common sense, commercially minded advice.

If no intellectual property rights exist to give protection to a new product or service, it can be copied and the advantage from the investment of time and money in development will be lost. Intellectual property rights are valuable assets that can earn enhanced revenue and profits for businesses as well as being assets on the balance sheet.

The understanding and appreciation of intellectual property has in too many businesses not been taken seriously enough. It should be an item for regular consideration at board level.

Modern successful businesses

  • understand concepts of intellectual property
  • know the intellectual property of the business
  • analyse the market and intellectual property in relation to the market
  • link spending on intellectual property development and acquisition to measures of added value
  • secure legal rights necessary to sustain the market advantage derived from the intellectual property.
How we can help
The team of experienced professionals at Mohun IP can guide you through the processes of:

  • auditing innovation assets with a view to determining strengths and vulnerabilities, deciding which IP should be developed and which should be abandoned, according to budget
  • developing a strategy that ensures the business is on a sound footing vis-a-vis its own ambitions, as well as those of its competitors
  • monitoring your portfolio through our state of the art management systems that allow clients access to their information 24/7.

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Business owners, chief executives, investors, entrepreneurs all need to be familiar with these processes.

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Other Services

The core of our services remains creating, securing and enforcing IP rights for our clients across the world. However, our experienced team are also frequently occupied in various other tasks, including:

Valuation of Intellectual Property and Assessment of Royalty Rates
Intellectual property is now recognised as a potentially valuable asset, the possession of which can confer major economic benefits. Revenues can be earned by licensing, selling and trading intellectual property around the world, and it provides one of the foundations of the global economy.

Those companies that have developed clear strategies, based on accurate appraisals of their innovations and intellectual property and the strength and value of the intellectual property rights, are out in the market place enhancing their earning power, productivity and market-share, harnessing home developed, as well as acquired, intellectual capital in their expansion.

Any valuation of intellectual property or the assessment of an appropriate royalty is a bespoke activity. The amount of time and effort (and so cost) put into the valuation or assessment, and the best basis for them, depends on several factors such as the reason for the valuation/assessment (balance sheet, tax, sale, licensing, investment) and the money at stake. In other words, is a quick valuation to assess a royalty rate required or a detailed valuation for a robust encounter with the tax authorities?

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Due Diligence
There are three essential attributes to any intellectual property:

  1. legal rights exist in the intellectual property. For example, that there is a patent or a trade mark registered;
  2. good ownership title can be established. If you were going to build, buy, or rent a house, you would always make sure you would own it or have a good lease. It is the same concept with intellectual property;
  3. the intellectual property rights can be enforced to prevent others using the rights without permission or to generate revenues. This is the scope and strength of the intellectual property rights. Using the house analogy again, this aspect of due diligence seeks to assess the boundaries of your plot of land and how hard it is for trespassers to get in.

Positive due diligence is all about checking these attributes. Due diligence in the positive sense evaluates the intellectual property rights as a commercial asset enhancing the revenues and profits of the business.

Defensive due diligence is where a business is concerned that the existence of other people’s intellectual property rights might prevent a business activity continuing or being started because the intellectual property rights will be infringed with the potential of a substantial damages claim unless a license to use the particular rights can be agreed. Back to the house analogy, this is knowing the boundaries of someone else’s plot of land and assessing whether your activity might be a trespass. A decision can then be made as to whether the investment in the business activity should be made or continued.

The due diligence process – whether positive or defensive – will cover many of the same points such as assessing the existence of the rights and their strength. The due diligence requires careful judgments to be made about such things as what searches should be carried out, about the strength of the rights that the searching has revealed, and about the infringement risk posed in particular circumstances.

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IP Audit
All commercial enterprises, and many individuals, generate intellectual property. But even the most IP-aware organisation can sometimes fail to see the wood for the trees. Gaps can exist in coverage – often inviting commercial disaster. More commonplace is the costly maintenance of IP rights that are no longer essential to the company and which should be abandoned or else licensed or sold to generate revenue.

If you would like a fresh pair of experienced eyes to look over your IP portfolio we can help with an initial review.

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Portfolio Management
Whatever the size of your intellectual property portfolio it should be handled by experienced professionals with up-to-date knowledge and proven, reliable systems. Whether your organisation has a full-time Patent Manager or someone who combines IP responsibilities with another role, you should talk to us about our tailor-made portfolio service. You may be pleasantly surprised by our flexibility and our fees.

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IP Strategy
All companies need to consider intellectual property rights – how they arise and how they can be used to create revenue and market advantage. Whatever your size and stage of development, a strategy can be developed for your company that caters for your present and future needs, and takes account of your competitors’ IP. With appropriate briefing for staff, a carefully planned control document and a culture of awareness, an organisation can reap maximum reward from its innovative efforts.

Talk to us and find out how we can help you make the most of your creative people.

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Infringement Analysis
If you are aware of a competitor’s IP rights and need to know whether you are at risk of infringing them, then don’t wait until you are facing legal action. Our experienced professionals can give an expert assessment of the risk. Similarly, if you are wondering whether your competitor is infringing your own rights, let us advise what can be done.

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Validity Analysis
If an intellectual property right appears to be a problem to your planned activities – e.g. you are concerned about infringing a competitor’s patent – it may be worth investigating its validity.

Research can sometimes show that a patent should never have been granted, e.g. because there exists some prior art of which the patent office was unaware. We have decades of experience of handling this type of analysis.

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