Mann IP is a specialist firm of patent and trade mark attorneys based in Perth, Western Australia. We prepare, file and prosecute patent, trade mark and registered design applications and provide advice about infringement, validity and enforcement of intellectual property rights.
We charge capped and fixed prices for all patent, trade mark and design applications that we prepare and file.
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A patent provides an exclusive right to exploit an invention commercially for a period of time. Patentable inventions can include devices, substances, processes and methods.
A trade mark identifies your brand and distinguishes your goods and services from those of other businesses. Trade marks can include words, slogans, logos, shapes and features of packaging.
A registered design protects how your product looks. This may include its 2D/3D shape or configuration, colour scheme, surface pattern or ornamentation.
Mann IP can monitor and manage renewal dates for your entire IP portfolio. We also provide searching and watch services enabling you to keep track of your competitors' IP activities.
We offer a free confidential consultation
to all new clients interested in our patent
and trade mark attorney services.
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Mann IP assists associate patent and trade mark attorneys in a variety of jurisdictions to obtain and enforce IP rights in Australia and New Zealand.
We are based in Perth, Western Australia which is located favourably in the Asia-Pacific region aligned with the standard time zones of Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
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