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Enhancing the value of your intangible assets as part of a transfer of technology, a license, a handover or a research partnership agreement requires an agreement, a contract or a formal engagement complying with the applicable law. The contract is important as well when you acquire the intellectual property rights of a third party, for example as part of a takeover.

A well negotiated and well written contract on your intellectual property rights helps improve and secure your position and will make its implementation easier and less expensive. Omissions or non-valid clauses, on the other hand, may lead to the invalidity of the contract and would allow the other contractual parties to disregard their obligations.

It is therefore appropriate to consult intellectual highly experienced property experts and lawyers while negotiating and drafting your contracts and agreements, in order to secure the economic issues that are potentially important to you.

The IPSIDE AVOCAT's lawyers, with the support of legal experts, patent engineers and other lawyers of IPSIDE partner networks assist you in the negotiation and drafting of all types of contracts concerning the intellectual property: transfer, co-ownership, license, coexistence of titles, confidentiality agreements, protection of secrecy, collaboration and research, transfer of technology, subcontracting, etc. IPSIDE strengthens your position and ensures that your contracts comply with all the legal requirements and subsequent evolutions.




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