Licensing Intellectual Property (IP)
Licensing your Intellectual Property Rights (Licensing Your IP) allows you to maximize your own business and / or that of others using your IP rights with your permission.
Exploiting your IP can be done in a number of ways including the use of trade marks, patents, design rights, database rights, licensing of the IP, sale and / or dispositions of IP, franchising, etc...
Intellectual Properties Solicitors
Lawdit are intellectual property solicitors with a strong reputation for offering good, practical advice to our clients on how to best exploit their IP.
What type of licence can I have?
If you own Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), it is important to consider the commercial agreements that focus on exploitation of IP rights including all forms of licensing, distribution, sponsorship, franchising, co-marketing and co-promotion arrangements, R&D, collaboration and technology transfer agreements.
Lawdit are intellectual property solicitors who can offer fixed fees at all times. Intellectual Property Licences can be exclusive, non-exclusive, territorially restrictive, open ended, etc... Much depends on the Intellectual Property you are intending to licence and the commercial negotiations involved.
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