IP Licensing and Technology Transfer - Importance of Licensing Agreements in the Commercialization of Inventions

08.25.20

An intellectual property license agreement is a legal contract between a licensor and a licensee, where the licensor grants the licensee the right to use licensor’s intellectual property for various purposes, including the commercialization of inventions. This presentation will provide an overview of license agreements, including key provisions, drafting guidelines, and due diligence guidelines.

Speaker: Frank Amini, Ph.D.

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