New Strategic Direction for Catalyst IP – Technology Intellectual Property

Catalyst Intellectual Property has had a change in strategic direction.

The partners of Catalyst Intellectual Property have decided that the future business of our firm lies with technology intellectual property.  This means that we are transitioning away from providing services in the area of intellectual property associated with trade marks.

Our partners and staff have long been associated with technology business and are ideally suited to all aspects of technology intellectual property protection, management and commercialisation.  These aspects include patents, registered designs, copyright, trade secrets and technology commercialisation agreements.

Our extensive experience with IP portfolio management, freedom to operate analysis, IP strategy development, due diligence and IP audits, as well as licence agreements and other forms of technology transfer agreements continue to be important and sought-after aspects of our business.

We are looking forward to our new focus in the area of technology intellectual property.

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