CFC targets start-ups and SMEs with intellectual property policy

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CFC has launched a product specifically designed to protect start-ups and small businesses from threats to their intellectual property.

Protecting the patents, trademarks, copyrights and other IP the policy covers defence and pursuit enforcement, oppositions, protection of loss of future profits and loss of IP rights which CFC stated were the “primary IP battlegrounds”.

Premiums start from £1000 and the solution has been designed for start-ups and other small businesses with a turnover of up to £20m in a variety of industry sectors.

According to Maddi Brown, CFC’s intellectual property practice leader, SMEs are

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