Drafting License Agreements Epstein

It is much cheaper to establish a strong licensing agreement for intellectual property in advance, with key concepts as well defined as possible, than it is to resolve the problem through arbitration or litigation. In this program, experienced intellectual property lawyer Randy Friedberg of White and Williams shares his checklist to ensure that the integral parts of a licensing agreement are well covered. Mr. Friedberg presented the basic provisions of the licensing agreement and provided practical examples and an overview of skillful design techniques. It then checks the standard but important sections of the boiler platform, which should always be included in any agreement. Mr. Friedberg, with his humour and war stories from leading clients, provides insight into the understanding of licensing contracts. So many editorial advice, very informative with regard to the object and also for the general design. Michael Epstein is the head of Weil Technology – IP transactions and is headquartered in New York. Mr. Epstein`s practice covers transactions, litigation and advice in all areas of intellectual property. Its transactional work includes structuring and negotiating technology and intellectual property, acquisitions and orders, technology transfer and licensing agreements, outsourcing and joint ventures and other targeted alliances.

He also has extensive experience in commercial transactions, such as supply and purchase agreements, marketing and marketing agreements, and service agreements. He also has extensive experience in intellectual property litigation, including the handling of technology-related litigation and litigation involving competition bans and mis-advertisements. I understand what to do before establishing a solid licensing agreement, good presentation and good insights with examples, also drew attention to the use of clauses whereas, which means that the speaker has a sophisticated understanding of the development; he also noted that the dangers of using the best efforts which, in turn, eludes many a lawyer. Very good overall. Mr. Epstein is the author of the Epstein treatises on Intellectual Property and Modern Intellectual Property, co-author of Online – Internet Law, International Intellectual Property and co-editor of Drafting License Agreements, The Corporate Counsellor`s Deskbook, The Departing Employee, Doing Business in Eastern Europe, Biotechnology Law, The Trademark Law Revision Act, Joint Ventures and Other Arrangement Cooperative Business, and Trade Secrets . He is also the author of more than sixty articles on intellectual property law. He has lectured on intellectual property issues around the world, including issues such as trade secrets, biotechnology, computer law, e-commerce, unfair competition, outsourcing, trademark law, licensing and non-competition clauses.