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At the start of January we launched our new website and, if we do say so ourselves, it has been a great success! 

Our new website has been designed to be more intuitive and user friendly, as well as to provide up to date information on the services we offer and how we can help your business.  

A key aspect to our new website is that it is linked to our client access portal. This portal is available to any of our clients (for a monthly maintenance charge) and provides a regularly updated database of all your cases, as well as allowing us to share documents with you and prepare personalised reports. If you think our client access portal may be useful to you, then please get in touch and we will be happy to provide additional information on this. 

Several other new features have also been added to our site, such as our Inventors’ Zone page which provides additional information on our services for those less familiar with IP. Here you will find answers to several frequently asked questions along with stories of inventors we have helped in the past (as well as those we continue to work with!). 

We have added a new Careers page where any current vacancies will be advertised, and a Company News page where we will be sharing our latest firm news separately to our regular case law Insights. We hope this gives us the opportunity to share more about our culture here at Schlich. 

To update our website, we have been working closely with Molokini Marketing, who provided invaluable advice and assistance with all aspects of our new website, including the layout, content and SEO strategy, and even our new photos. Thank you to all at Molokini for your assistance with our new site! 

We would of course appreciate any feedback on our new website – we hope you like it as much as we do! 

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