IP Licensing: What’s Lurking in Common Provisions?

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Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

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This webinar, sponsored by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, will address different aspects of drafting license agreements, which are crucial in increasing IP licensing revenue and decreasing the risk of loss and liability. Speakers will cover topics including: Pitfalls in drafting “standard” IP license provisions, such as recitals, grant terminology, representations and warranties, governing law, venue and dispute resolution Leveraging trademark assets through the franchise license agreement Bankruptcy and the enforcement of the license agreement Speakers: Eileen McDermott, Americas Editor, Managing IP (Moderator) Roger M Milgrim, IP Attorney and Author Eric E Bensen, IP Attorney and Author J Michael Dady, Licensee/Franchise Attorney, Dady & Gardner

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