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Hudson Gavin Martin help you establish intellectual property, exploit intellectual property and secure the appropriate rights to intellectual property.

We help find where the value is by understanding the opportunities presented by that intellectual property and how it could be part of your business.

Because it’s what the idea is, and how it fits that matters.

Latest articles & news

20 Aug
2014

Authors
Edwin Lim
Categories
Creative
Intellectual Property
Technology

Hudson Gavin Martin sponsors first and only startup programme for interactive games businesses

Hudson Gavin Martin is a sponsor of New Zealand’s first and only startup programme for interactive games businesses – the KiwiGameStarter, which was launched by the New Zealand Game Developers Association. One promising games business will receive funding, software, marketing, legal and business mentoring support worth $25,000. “The games industry has quickly become one of […]

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18 Jun
2014

Authors
Mark Gavin
Mark Heine
Tom Turton
Categories
Commercial Contracts
Consumer Law
Corporate / Commercial
New Legislation

Major reforms to consumer laws set to shake up businesses

Yesterday, 17 June 2014, marked “stage 2” of the implementation of the long-awaited reforms to consumer laws. The reforms are designed to “help consumers transact with confidence and support honest business practices” and to better align New Zealand consumer laws with Australia’s.   For businesses, the reforms require them to carefully review how they interact with […]

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12 Feb
2014

Authors
Mark Gavin
Tom Turton
Categories
Advertising Law
Internet

How to respond to a complaint that third-party content posted on your website is defamatory

The British Government has recently published a Guidance Note on how the operators of websites which host user-generated-content (“UGC”) should respond when they receive a complaint that UGC on their site is defamatory.

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