Intellectual property

Intellectual property (IP) is a key asset for all businesses: it underpins competitive advantage; it is a source of revenue when it can be licensed out or sold; and it often accounts for a large proportion of a company’s value. With businesses under pressure from globalisation and the increasingly central role of intellectual property, the demand for strong protection and dynamic exploitation policies has never been greater.

PwC’s network of intellectual property lawyers can help. In addition to our core IP advisory, licensing and dispute services our lawyers work closely with specialists within the PwC global network of firms to offer commercial, end-to-end intellectual property advice.

We offer a full spectrum of IP-related legal services: 

  • international tax services;
  • transfer pricing;
  • accounting and valuation;
  • licensing management and royalty audits;
  • litigation and ownership issues;
  • regulation;
  • restructuring and value chain transformation;
  • multi-jurisdictional reorganisations;
  • corporate finance;
  • cross-border risk management;
  • international corporate and commercial structuring legal services.

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Maija Kestere - Lagzdina

Senior lawyer

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