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Best Practices in IP Licensing: How to Structure Deals and Avoid Pitfalls 5.00 Credits

Best Practices in IP Licensing: How to Structure Deals and Avoid Pitfalls (July 2021)

  • ON-DEMAND SEMINAR

Presented in partnership with WSBA Intellectual Property Section
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There is no one-size-fits-all template for IP license agreements. With few exceptions, each one involves different parties trying to craft legal and business terms that address an ever-evolving technological landscape. Attendees of this seminar will hear from a diverse range of speakers familiar with negotiating these types of contracts in different settings. Speakers include, among others, global and U.S. licensing counsel at well-known companies and outside counsel experienced in the good (and bad) terms that often end up in IP agreements. The full-day program will cover:

  • Deal terms and structures used to balance risk, the use of valuation as a negotiation tool, and the importance of appropriately balancing the financial terms when negotiating a license agreement
  • Key transactional elements of a patent license agreement
  • Impact of IP ownership and confidentiality and conflict issues from investments stemming from venture capital and corporate venture capital sources
  • Spotting red-flag issues in European IP licenses and transactions

Original Program Date: July 28, 2021
Product Code: 21609-FSV

Credits:
5.00 Law & Legal Procedure
  • List Price: $199.00
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Presenters:
Martin MacLean – Mathys & Squire, London, England
Sean Leach – Mathys & Squire, London, England
David Hobson, Ph.D. – Mathys & Squire, London, England
Harry Rowe – Mathys & Squire, London, England
Chris Hamer – Mathys & Squire, London, England
Caroline Bercier – Amazon, Seattle, WA
Alen Cisija – Seattle Seahawks, Seattle, WA
Janet Kim Lin, General Counsel for NCSoft
John Wilson – K&L Gates LLP, Seattle, WA
Jared Lerner – Colgate-Palmolive Company, Morristown, NJ
Rocco Adornato – Faurecia, Auburn Hills, MI


For accessibility or accommodation requests, or other questions, please email ondemand@wsba.org.

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