IP clauses in commerical contracts - a deep dive
- 15 November 2016
- 8:15am - 10:00am
- 5 Chancery Lane, Clifford's Inn, London, EC4A 1BL
- Entry: Free
- CPD points: 1
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IP is often the most valuable asset of a sports organisation, but when it comes to drafting a licensing, sponsorship or software agreement, how closely do you examine the IP provisions?
This session will take the form of a mock negotiation of an IP-heavy agreement and consider:
- What rights can you actually assign/licence?
- Licensing third party IP
- Rights in performances
- Approval processes
- IP warranties and indemnities
- Consequences of termination
Breakfast and registration will be from 8:15am with the presentation starting at 8.45am and aiming to draw to a close by 10.00am.
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