I. Understand what to do before designing a licensing agreement I do a small amount of licensing / as a licensee and as a licensor – to get a new update on current issues and best practices – a few new bits (for example, taking the Internet into account in the definition of territory). Anecdotes of personal practice are also great. Michael Epstein is Director of Weil`s Technology & IP Transactions Practice and is based in New York City. Mr. Epstein`s practice includes transactions, litigation and advice in all areas of intellectual property. Its transaction activities include structuring and negotiating purchases and disposals of technology and intellectual property, technology transfer and licensing agreements, outsourcing operations, as well as joint ventures and other targeted alliances. He also has extensive experience in terms of business transactions such as supply and purchase agreements, distribution and other marketing agreements, as well as service contracts. He also has extensive experience in intellectual property litigation, including handling technology-related disputes and non-compete and misrepresentation disputes. 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 draft 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 Cooperative Business Arrangements, and trade secrets, restrictive agreements and other security measures. He is the author of more than sixty articles on intellectual property rights.
He has lectured around the world on intellectual property issues, including issues such as trade secrets, biotechnology, IT law, e-commerce, unfair competition, outsourcing, trademark law, non-compete and licensing clauses. Mr. Epstein is the founder and co-editor of the Intellectual Property &Technology Law Journal; and member of the editorial boards of Computer Lawyer, Intellectual Property Strategist and Cyberspace Lawyer. So many design tips, very informative in the matter and also for the general elaboration. It is much cheaper to establish a strong ip licensing agreement in advance, which best defines key concepts than to resolve the problem through arbitration or litigation proceedings. In this program, experienced intellectual property attorney Randy Friedberg of White & Williams shares his checklist to ensure that the integral parts of a license agreement are well covered. Lord. Friedberg discusses the basic provisions of the license agreement and gives practice examples and insight into skillful design techniques.. . . .