IP Licensing and the Metaverse: Practical Considerations and Key Provisions for Agreements
Implications for the Physical World and Mitigating Risks in the Metaverse
A live 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide counsel on licensing IP and the metaverse. The panel will discuss the practical considerations and critical provisions of licensing agreements for the physical world and metaverse contracts. The panel will also examine metaverse implications for physical world contracts and mitigating risks with licensing.
- Practical considerations of the licensing agreement
- Physical-world contracts
- Metaverse contracts
- Key provisions
- Rights granted
- Usage tracking
- Implications of the metaverse on physical world contracts
- Mitigating the risk associated with licensing in the metaverse
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What is the key consideration when licensing IP in the metaverse?
- What implications could licensing agreements in the metaverse have for physical world contracts and brands?
- What steps can counsel take to mitigate the risks of licensing IP in the metaverse?
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
Ms. Batista practices in the firm’s Entertainment Group and Interactive Entertainment Group, advising clients on... | Read More
Ms. Batista practices in the firm’s Entertainment Group and Interactive Entertainment Group, advising clients on transactional matters across a variety of industries, including book publishing, theatre, scripted film and television, music and video games. Ms. Batista is a former Senior Director of Operations at Roc Nation where she negotiated partnerships with Fortune 500 companies, assisted in the management of multi-platinum recording artists, oversaw the contracting, planning, and execution of the Made in America Music Festival, advised the sales team on sponsorship deals, engaged and managed outside counsel, and streamlined contract processes across the company portfolio.Close
Christine M. Morgan
Ms. Morgan is an intellectual property and complex commercial trial lawyer with repeated successes for companies... | Read More
Ms. Morgan is an intellectual property and complex commercial trial lawyer with repeated successes for companies accused of infringing computer hardware and software patents. She has achieved cost-effective wins for clients in several industries including video game publishing, Fintech, ride sharing, consumer hardware and electronics, Wi-Fi semiconductors, mobile printers, healthcare software and hardware, wireless security cameras, Bluetooth-enabled tracking devices, cloud content management, and electronic loyalty programs. Where cases cannot be resolved short of trial, Ms. Morgan tries them. Over the past seven years, she has tried seven patent cases in the Eastern District of Texas, the Northern District of California, the Eastern District of Virginia, the International Trade Commission, and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, two as first chair.Close
Dorian Slater Thomas
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz
Mr. Thomas practices in the firm’s Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Group, where he handles a wide... | Read More
Mr. Thomas practices in the firm’s Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations Group, where he handles a wide range of transactional advertising work for prominent agencies, brands and individual creative talent. Mr. Thomas negotiates and drafts virtually every conceivable advertising and marketing services agreement. He regularly handles creative services agreements, talent, spokesperson, endorsement and influencer agreements, sponsorship and promotion agreements, branded entertainment agreements, agency and management agreements, production agreements, license agreements and releases. He also advises clients on a variety of advertising, marketing and intellectual property law matters — including copy and content review, network clearance, social media guidelines, copyright issues, and right of publicity issues. Mr. Thomas also has experience advising technology companies in the advertising, public relations, social media, and interactive development industries. He has negotiated and drafted SasS agreements, development agreements, licensing agreements, and operational agreements across various digital media platforms. In addition, he has experience with privacy and data security matters, including negotiating and drafting privacy and data security practices and policies.Close
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