The solicitors Rebecca Attree and Halvor Manshaus will explain what you need to know and do to get the best commercial results from your R&D and joint venture agreements, whether they are operating in Norway or internationally.
When you embark on an international project in partnership with another organisation, whether an academic institution or a corporation, both parties will need to agree on the challenging topics of IP ownership, other common provisions, and the type of collaboration structure that will suit them both. The allocation of risk and additional aspects such as confidentiality, material transfer agreements and letters of intent should also be dealt with.
- IP ownership, sole, joint and segmented ownership, and rights of use
- Competition law and the impact of Brexit
- Types of party and collaboration structure
- Software agreements
- Supplementary agreements
- Interactive case study workshop
Why you should attend
By attending this seminar, you will:
- Understand the full extent of the project and each party’s role and responsibility
- Appreciate the substantial impact that intellectual property rights have upon your agreement
- Explore the benefits of each of the key collaboration structures and which one is the best fit for your commercial objectives
- Understand the most important common provisions, which you should recognise and deal with correctly
- Recognise the key points to consider when contracting internationally
- Get answers from our expert on areas of particular concern and discuss current issues with other delegates engaged in similar activities
This webinar is suitable for In-house lawyers, contract managers, technology transfer managers, patent attorneys, private practice legal advisers, and others who are involved in the negotiation, drafting and management of R&D and joint venture agreements.
The webinar will be held in English.