Welcome to Lane IP

At Lane IP we specialise in the prosecution and enforcement of trade marks, copyright, designs, patents and domain names. We were established with one single aim in mind, modernising the approach to IP. We wanted to create a firm that is forward thinking, hardworking, and that above all else offers a level of IP service that meets clients’ diverse and changing commercial needs.

We pride ourselves on our commercial approach, and make sure we give our clients the steer they need. We never sit on the fence when it comes to providing this advice.

Imperacom’s mission is to safeguard your domain portfolio as an intellectual property asset and delivering a digital risk management strategy to our help customers gain a strong market presence in their targeted region.

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Global Offices

Lane IP has offices around the globe, giving us a truly international view of IP law

United Kingdom
London Office

Forum, First Floor,
33 Gutter Lane,
London,
EC2V 8AS

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Ireland
Ireland Office

24-26 City Quay,
Dublin 2,
D02 NY19

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China
China Office

Room1501, Kunsha Center,
Block 1, No. 16 Xinyuanli,
Chaoyang District, Beijing,
China, 100027

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Hong Kong
Hong Kong Office

Unit C, 9/F, Neich Tower,
128 Gloucester Road,
Wanchai, Hong Kong

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Australasia
New Zealand Postal Address

Lane IP Australasia Limited,
PO Box 315577, Silverdale,
Auckland 0944, New Zealand

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Latest News

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5th March 2019

Brexit: The Final Countdown?

With Brexit looming, significant uncertainties remain about whether the UK will be able to agree a deal under which to leave the EU, and with every passing day, the risk…
NewsBrexit
12th March 2018

EU Commission Draft Withdrawal Agreement sets out Proposal for Treatment of EU IP Rights in the UK post-Brexit

On 28 February 2018, the EU Commission published its first draft proposal as to the terms of withdrawal of the UK from the European Union, outlining how existing EU trade…
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21st February 2018

UK Court Seeks Guidance from CJEU on Issues of Broad Lists of Goods/Services and Intent to Use on Filing and Impact on Validity of Trade Marks

The UK High Court recently referred some key questions to the CJEU in a trade mark infringement action brought by Sky Plc, the answers to which could have a significant…

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