Setting up for export

Once you have identified your target export markets, it’s important to ensure that the unique regulatory framework for each market is understood and that any barriers to entry are considered.

How can Kalus Kenny Intelex help?

Kalus Kenny Intelex can assist you in setting up for export including:

  • International trade law
  • Shipping and Incoterms
  • Manufacturing agreements including international manufacturing agreements;
  • Supply and distribution agreements; and
  • International intellectual property registration

Why Kalus Kenny Intelex?

Our comprehensive brand protection services offer everything from strategic filing advice and clearance searches through to the registration, defence of registrations (oppositions and non-use removal options), enforcement and recovery of trade marks, domain names and associated company and business names. We also do IP audits for both start-ups and established businesses.

Our Intellectual Property Law Team

Sven Burchartz

Partner

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Heather Richardson

Partner

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Natalie Lasek

Partner

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Malcolm Brown

Consultant

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