Intellectual property rights, in particular the law concerning distinguishing marks in the form of names, trademarks and domain names as well as copyright law, often constitute a substantial portion of a company’s intrinsic value.
Not just international business activities but also purely domestic business activities, the use of the Internet and the formidable possibilities offered by digitalization create a growing need to protect these values.
The potential for conflict and in particular the forms in which violations of intellectual property manifest themselves have multiplied to a great extent. The effective legal protection of one’s own intellectual property rights and – as a means of exploiting these rights commercially – the appropriate structuring and granting of licensing rights to third parties based thereon are important factors for success.

BYLAND.LAW is experienced to assist you in these issues to map out your business ideas in distinct contractual terms and furthermore to enforce your claims if need be.