The products of intellectual activity such as inventions, know-how and copyright objects are becoming more and more important and valuable for business. This tendency along with development of new technologies and increasing competition requires greater attention to applying protection to intellectual property rights.
Intellectual property is an intangible asset which, like tangible assets, can be purchased, sold, leased, pledged and otherwise used in business. Intellectual property can have considerable economic value and can open new opportunities for business.
International intellectual property law offers a wide range of instruments regulating and protecting the interests arising in this area. Taking into account the volume and complexity of legal acts,
subordinate legislation and judicial practice on intellectual property, successful protection of intellectual property rights requires specialist knowledge and experience.
Allied Asset advises on the protection of intellectual property rights and represents clients in relation to all types of intellectual property issues.
In close cooperation with such organizations as the Russian Authors Society, the Federal Service for Intellectual Property, Patents and Trademarks and other non-government and state organizations engaged in the protection of intellectual property rights, Allied Asset is able to provide a wide range of services, including monitoring potential breaches and taking legal measures against them.