Structuring Trademark Licenses: Negotiating Scope, Quality Control, Territory and Other Key Provisions
Preventing Dilution, Navigating International Licensing Challenges and Minimizing Infringement Liability
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to counsel for trademark owners and licensees on negotiating key terms in trademark licensing agreements. The panel will offer approaches for avoiding common pitfalls and best practices for structuring the agreements.
- Key provisions in trademark licenses
- Scope of the use
- Quality control
- Considerations for international licensing
- Local law issues
- Cultural issues
- Common pitfalls
- Best practices for structuring licensing agreements
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What terms are critical to trademark licensing agreements?
- What additional factors need to be considered in international licensing agreements?
- What are the best practices for counsel representing licensors and licensees when negotiating trademark licenses?
Peter J. Toren
Weisbrod Matteis & Copley
Mr. Toren has represented clients for over 20 years in intellectual property and commercial litigation matters... | Read More
Mr. Toren has represented clients for over 20 years in intellectual property and commercial litigation matters throughout the United States at both the trial and appellate levels. His practice has a strong focus on patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret cases as well as other complex commercial disputes. In addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Toren regularly represents clients in negotiations concerning complex IP licensing and technology transfer agreements.Close
Matthew R. Wilmot
Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt
Mr. Wilmot is the leader of the firm’s Trademark, Copyright and Transactional IP Practice Group as well as its... | Read More
Mr. Wilmot is the leader of the firm’s Trademark, Copyright and Transactional IP Practice Group as well as its Technology Industry Group. His practice is focused on the representation of technology-based companies and clients in other industries having IP property assets. Mr. Wilmot has represented clients in a broad range of IP, technology and other related transactions in both the U.S. and internationally, including patent and technology licensing, software licensing, and trademark, copyright and content licensing.Close