International General Insurance Holdings (IGI) is set to expand into intellectual property with a new product.
The policy will provide wide protection for patents, trademarks, copyright, design rights and contractual liabilities involving intellectual property, and cover legal costs and damages for intellectual property infringement and enforcement actions.
The firm detailed that the new product will be introduced to work alongside its existing legal expenses offering that covers both before
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