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Pre Trading

Domain Names
Published on 12-Aug-12 12:45
By Gavin Tosh

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Pre Trading

There are so many important issues for new businesses to tackle even before they commence trading it is almost inevitable that something will be overlooked which will mean an opportunity missed or a problem stored for the future.

Being aware of issues and addressing them at the outset can enhance both the security and profitability of the business going forward.

 

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Domain Names
When a new business is started, or when an established company launches a new product or service, it is all too common to overlook the need for comprehensive clearance checks to be carried out on the proposed trademarks.
Published on 12-Aug-12 12:45
By Gavin Tosh
Infringing another's trademark
When a new business is started, or when an established company launches a new product or service, it is all too common to overlook the need for comprehensive clearance checks to be carried out on the proposed trademarks.
Published on 01-May-12 12:41
By Gavin Tosh
Why register a trademark?
A trademark registration is an intangible asset that adds value to a business. Failure to register a trade mark could have negative implications on the value of a business in the event of a business sale. It can also cause problems in the event of any merging, licensing or franchising of the business, or in attracting investors.
Published on 14-Jul-11 16:21
By Gavin Tosh

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Nothing in these awareness articles are intended as legal advice. If you have a specific legal requirement or query you should consult a solicitor directly.