Private Property 

At LEXXER we promote knowledge exchange but alongside this we also protect those whose ideas and work form the basis of our business. There is a clear balance between this promotion and protection in order to promote growth and to ensure that knowledge retains its value. 

We aim to offer a full range of promotion and protection services to both our knowledge consultants and to clients enduring that what we produce is of value.

We take our intellectual property very seriously and offer advice and services to protect it. 

Copyright is an important form of protection for intellectual property (IP). Unlike some other types of IP protection it is automatically granted to the person or organisation that creates works, such as a piece of writing, a film or music. It comes into existence as soon as they are recorded in some way – eg in writing or being recorded. Without copyright protection, it would often be very easy for others to exploit material without paying the rights holder.
Copyright usually lasts for the life of the creator of the work plus 70 years, but there are exceptions to this rule for certain types of works.
As part of our LEXXER Law services we help you to use and manage or licence your copyright effectively. This means explaining the rights you have under a copyright, how to enforce copyright and what you can do if it is infringed, and what rules apply to your copyright abroad. You will also find details on how you can use other people’s copyright through allowable limited use or by buying or licensing the copyright on a piece of work. It also explains how you will need to contact the copyright owner to do this. 

Together we are making you knowledge pay. 

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