Features of Clio’s intellectual property law software
Clio makes it easier for a trademark solicitor or intellectual property firm to manage all copyright, trademarks, licences, franchises, and more.
Build a series of tasks based on how your law firm often deals with different types of intellectual property law cases with task deadlines and reminders. With Clio, it’s easy to create task lists for repeatable case work.
Store your intellectual property law firm’s case and matter files in a centralised, online environment. Get rid of filing cabinets, clutter, and missing files.Learn More
Securely store all your intellectual property law firm’s legal files in one location for quick reference.Learn More
Keep track of your intellectual property law firm’s schedule and set reminders and deadlines so nothing falls through the cracks.Learn More
Create beautiful, customisable invoices that work for your needs in seconds, whether working on an hourly, fixed-fee, or contingency basis.Learn More
Thanks to Clio’s open API and 90+ UK integration partners, you can connect with more best-in-class solutions—including Outlook, Google Apps, Box, Dropbox, Xero, and more—than any other legal software.Learn More
Intellectual property law software FAQs
What is intellectual property law software?
Intellectual property law software is software that allows intellectual property law firms to spend less time on back-end processes and more time on their current cases.
It unites everything that an intellectual property law firm does—from onboarding, to trademark and patent applications, to billing—in one place. Documents can be securely stored and accessed at any time, from anywhere.
Firms become more efficient and intellectual property law solicitors can spend more time on billable work.
What are the benefits of intellectual property law software?
Intellectual property law software boosts productivity, performance, and profitability.
No longer will intellectual property lawyers have to waste precious time on low-value administrative tasks. Instead, they can simply set up automated workflows.
Free from unnecessary distractions, they can pour 100% of their time and energy into their current copyright, trademark, or patent cases. This will boost their performance—leading to more successful outcomes for their clients.
As a result of this increased productivity and performance, their firm will unlock greater profitability.
Just see for yourself with a free trial of Clio.
What are the common features of intellectual property law software?
Next-generation intellectual property law software provides four key features.
Cloud-based matter and document management means that intellectual property lawyers can securely store, and access, critical files on the go. Clio’s mobile app allows them to dive into their existing patent, copyright, and trademark cases wherever they are, from the palm of their hand.
Advanced calendaring capabilities help intellectual property law solicitors always stay on top of their to-do list and upcoming deadlines (such as trademark renewals).
Billing and client accounting features reduce the time intellectual property law solicitors spend creating, and chasing, client invoices. They can focus on their clients’ intellectual property applications, strategy, and audits—instead of on their firm’s outstanding invoices.
Finally, integrations allow intellectual property law solicitors to create end-to-end ecosystems. By connecting their key tools (such Outlook, Google Apps, Box, and Dropbox) to their intellectual property law software, as well as taking advantage of an open API, they can create a single source of truth for all matters.
Whether you’re a patent lawyer, a trademark solicitor, or any other kind of intellectual property legal professional, Clio’s intellectual property law software will work for you.
How do law firms choose an intellectual property law software?
Every intellectual property law firm has its own approach. Some might be tempted by an intellectual property law software free trial, while others will carefully draw up a list of the precise features they want and how much they’re willing to spend.
Ultimately, intellectual property law firms need to first draw up a list of what they struggle with on a daily basis. This will outline the capabilities that they need, which is the perfect starting point when considering new software.
But features alone aren’t the be-all and end-all. Top intellectual property law firms understand that they will have an ongoing relationship with their employment law software provider. This means that they need to choose a provider who has fantastic customer service—and who won’t stop trying to make their lives easier.
In other words, a provider like Clio.
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