Trade marks are valuable business assets and an integral driver of goodwill and growth in many industries including, without exception, the financial and business sectors.
Trade marks not only identify the origin of the products or services being provided but, perhaps more importantly, they act as an instantly recognisable sign to consumers of the reputation or quality of those products or services.
Shelston IP has a proven track record in providing timely and commercially-focussed advice to our varied range of clients in the financial and business sectors, whether they be a small emerging business, a medium size enterprise or a large global corporation.
Our dedicated trade marks team has decades of combined experience which positioned us to provide strategic advice on the adoption and protection of trade marks to our clients in the financial and business sectors, in Australia and New Zealand.
We are also highly experienced in advising on enforcement strategies to protect the goodwill and reputation of our clients’ trade marks, including through trade mark oppositions, infringement proceedings and other enforcement actions.