Negotiating Technology Transfer and Licensing Agreements: Structuring Key Provisions, Avoiding Drafting Pitfalls
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to business and technology counsel for drafting technology transfer and licensing agreements. The panel will discuss key clauses in the contracts and best practices for negotiating the agreements and avoiding common pitfalls.
- Key provisions in technology transfer and licensing agreements
- Potential pitfalls with technology transfer and licensing agreements
- Resolving common negotiation disputes
- Key considerations for cross-border technology transfers
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key provisions to include in technology transfer and licensing agreements?
- What are the critical steps to minimize the risk of IP infringement with technology transfers?
- What can be done to ensure that adequate rights are received and that any related services are performed in the expected manner?
- What strategies can be used to resolve commonly disputed issues during the negotiation of technology transfer and licensing agreements?
Luke K. Pedersen
Mr. Pedersen's practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law, with a particular emphasis on technology... | Read More
Mr. Pedersen's practice includes all aspects of intellectual property law, with a particular emphasis on technology transfers, licensing, patent prosecution and litigation involving complex and emerging technologies. He regularly drafts and negotiates technology transfer agreements pertaining to ownership rights in and to intellectual property in the context of M&A transactions and licensing programs. He is a frequent lecturer on software related topics including the legal implications of cloud computing, software-as-a-service and open source software.Close
Andrew Wilson, Esq.
Mr. Wilson works on a range of intellectual property matters, including patent prosecution and client counseling, due... | Read More
Mr. Wilson works on a range of intellectual property matters, including patent prosecution and client counseling, due diligence investigations and transactional issues, patent litigation, and post-grant proceedings. His transactional practice includes pre-acquisition analysis of target software platforms for modules associated with restrictive licenses and identification and compliance with identified commercial and open source licenses. Mr. Wilson previously worked as a software engineer for over five years specializing in desktop and web application development.Close