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Copyright, Data Protection & Trade Marks

Our website content is protected by plagiarism software on a daily basis and action is taken against all infringements. We also report solicitors direct to the Solicitors Regualtion Authority if they plagiarise our work. All our material is copied and registered at the time of writing and this may be produced in evidence.

How we use your information
The information you give us is never passed to anyone else outside Divorce Aid. The information is never filed and is regularly deleted according to ICO guidelines. Our hard drives are also destroyed.

We only use your information to help you and signpost further services and information to assit you.

(A rare exception is when an adult or a child is in imminent danger & we then contact the emergency services).

Intellectual property rights
All contents on the Divorce Aid website inclusive of our logo are protected by copyright. Divorce Aid™ is a trade mark. Reproducing any content without the consent of Divorce Aid in any part of the world may constitute an infringement of our intellectual property rights which we shall pursue in any event. Our editorial and legal teams are always vigilant in these matters which we treat most seriously. All rights reserved.

Laurie Heizler
Divorce Aid is grateful to have Laurie Heizler from Barlow Robbins LLP on our Team. He specialises in intellectual property and technology. He has particular expertise in trade marks, branding, advertising, sponsorship, media law and the licensing of all intellectual property right particularly as part of technology transfer arrangements.

Laurie also advises in relation to information law and data protection. Laurie's experience includes advising, negotiating and drafting intellectual property licences and product endorsement and sponsorship agreements. Laurie has also advised on a range of other commercial issues and regularly lectures and presents seminars on intellectual property, data protection and information management. Technology experience includes software distribution and licence agreements, often with an international element.

He was listed as a Legal Expert in Legal Business 2005; is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Member of the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys, the Computer Law Association and the Society for Computers and the Law. Laurie became a barrister in 1985 and was admitted as a solicitor in 1994.

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