Legal Solutions for Commercial Clients, Startups & Creatives
Combining vision and decades of experience, we offer strategic advice and solutions at all stages of your brand’s journey so you can focus on what you do best, your business.
We know you don’t want the legal jargon, you want strategic legal advice and commercial solutions from your IP lawyer. We’ve worked with businesses from startups to Fortune 500 companies and other enterprise clients. With this diverse experience, we can deliver solutions tailored to your business needs.
Founders of Level Up Legal, Brigit and Zan, have years of experience assisting clients in highly regulated industries, including financial services, credit and telecommunications, to produce compelling, compliant marketing collateral.
We specialise in all aspects of Brand Protection, Enforcement and Commercialisation, with extensive experience in Trade Marks, Copyright, Intellectual Property and related disputes, and Marketing and Consumer Law.
How can we help you? Contact us. We’d love to discuss how our specialised legal solutions with responsive pricing and rapid turnaround times can make a difference to your brand.
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It’s not uncommon for businesses, from start-ups to large corporate enterprises, to use a great photo or interesting quote they found online in their own internal or external marketing communications. But the use of a third party’s creative content in one’s own marketing materials without the proper licence or permission
It’s not uncommon for individuals and brands to apply for trademarks that are similar to others, deliberately or incidentally. This is particularly the case in the retail space where the goal may be to leverage an existing brand name but make just enough changes for the trademark to be allowed.
In our work we see many people who do not own the intellectual property in a particular piece of work, such as software, photographs or designs, they firmly believed they did. This is because copyright ownership and copyright infringement are topics that can be highly misunderstood and complicated. One of