A two-day In-house programme which will provide any legal and contracts team with the key legal and commercial skills essential to secure successful agreements. It also includes drafting sessions to illustrate best practice.
This In-house training offers an intensive briefing on all the key factors to be taken into account when dealing with technology licensing agreements – whether as licensor or licensee. It will give sound practical training and guidance on the legal and commercial skills needed to secure a successful deal. Our trainers are experienced practitioners and they will use workshop session and discussion to review current best practice within industry and ensure your team have the opportunity to get answers to particular challenges.
To find out more call our In-house Training Team on +44 (0)20 7729 6677 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form and find out how we can help. There are no commitments, and if we cannot help our advice and recommendations are free of charge.
Licensing: a key element of international business expansion
Review of the licensing and IP landscape
Identifying what to license and structuring a licensing strategy
Due diligence for licenses and other transactions
Technology licensing and Intellectual Property
Drafting and understanding royalty terms
Practical Workshop One
Negotiating international technology licensing agreements
Delegates will be divided into groups to address commercial pre-contract issues and negotiate Heads of Agreements
Key legal issues at the pre-contract stage
Practical Workshop Two
Drafting international technology licensing agreements – Comparative drafting considerations
Creating, developing and securing your IPR’s from a legal perspective
Contractually dealing with legal liability under the licence
Practical Workshop Three
Negotiating a TT license with an academic institution
Strategic and contractual issues
Competition regulations and technology licensing agreements
Licensing under US law
Tax aspects of IPR
Dealing with disputes
Rebecca Attree is a qualified solicitor and Accredited Mediator based in London. A Cambridge graduate, Rebecca worked for City law firms Richards Butler and Laytons before setting up her own international commercial law practice, Attree & Co in 1995. Rebecca has extensive experience in negotiating and drafting cross-border technology licence agreements that raise issues of applicable law and jurisdiction. She has considerable knowledge of comparative law, intellectual property, competition law, drafting commercial contracts, mediation and dispute resolution. Rebecca also lectures in Europe on technology transfer and other commercial law topics.
Colin Hunsley is Commercialisation Director at ClearViewIP helping clients develop and implement their IP strategy and establish effective processes to identify, protect and realise value from their IP portfolio. Colin has an outstanding track record for generating substantial revenues from intellectual property enabling ClearViewIP to create tangible value for clients. Before joining ClearViewIP, Colin was Senior VP Technology Commercialisation at BTG where he led the Physical Sciences team. He is a council member for LES B&I, past Chairman of the ImechE Medical Engineering Division and has also been recognised by his appointment to the IAM 300 as one of the World’s leading IP strategists.