Welcome to Buchanan Law.
IMPORTANT NOTICE WITH EFFECT 1 OCTOBER 2011
Buchanan Law IP & Technology Pty Ltd has recently merged with Chamberlains Law Firm and Chamberlains Trade Mark Attorneys.Please visit us at www.chamberlains.com.au or contact Shaun Creighton on 02 6215 9100 or email@example.com.We look forward to continuing to meet your specialist intellectual property law requirements (now through Chamberlains) and we will now offer a broader range of corporate and commercial legal services.
Buchanan Law is a Canberra-based commercial law practice with special expertise and significant experience in Intellectual Property (IP), Technology, Telecommunications and other listed legal services.
To find out more about us, the commercial sectors we work in, the specialist legal services we provide, our extensive range of legal support services (like Start Me Up!™ and IPASS™), and some information some of our clients (all with kind permission from the clients concerned), you can click on the links on the left.
Within our areas of expertise, we provide full service coverage: for example, in the case of Intellectual Property, we cover the complete ‘cycle’ of activity as follows:
Identifying: helping you to discover and map your Intellectual Property (IP) through such services as IP auditing, including IPASS™.
Securing: helping you to take control of your IP and to convert it into a bundle of fully-fledged intellectual property rights (IPRs) through such services as advanced IP strategy development, registration of trade marks, registration of designs and co-ordinating with patent attorneys.
Commercialising: helping you to get a proper financial return on your IPRs as assets through such services as IP licensing, IP assignment (transfer of ownership), review of agreement terms and royalty/fee analysis.
Defending: helping you to shield your IPRs through such services as third party notification of your rights.
Enforcing: helping you, if and when it becomes necessary, by taking legal or administrative action on your behalf to maintain and enforce your IPRs.