Ip Agreement

24 Sep

If there is a written or oral agreement, we may discuss the adequacy of the protection offered by this Agreement and, where appropriate, recommend additional documentation or corrective action to remedy deficiencies. If you assign the intellectual property, this must always be done in writing by a formal agreement. Many IP rights cannot be assigned correctly without a written document. For example, section 90(3) of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 states that “the transfer of copyright is not effective unless it is signed in writing by or on behalf of the copyright holder”. IPAG recommends the following model agreements, which can be used at different stages of technological research and commercialization. These agreements are available in English and German. If the intellectual property has already been established by employees, contractors or, in other circumstances, without agreement, we can determine who owns the intellectual property and, if necessary, prepare appropriate documents for the transfer of intellectual property rights to the company. . .


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