IP Licensing: An Advanced Level Drafting Workshop
15 November 2016, 9:00 am–6:00 pm
UCL Institute of Brand and Innovation Law (IBIL)
The terms of intellectual property (IP) licence agreements are sometimes lengthy and complex. There are many points of drafting detail whose importance is not always obvious. For example, fine-tuning the wording of terms such as a net-sales definition or a royalty-stacking clause can significantly affect the financial return that the agreement brings. Drafting and negotiating IP licence agreements requires a special set of skills and knowledge.
This practical workshop will provide training and “hands-on” experience in the drafting of IP licence agreements. It is intended for people who already have at least two years’ day-to-day experience of drafting and negotiating IP-related agreements, and who wish to take their skills to an advanced level.
Who should attend?
This workshop is designed for principally for IP practitioners who are familiar with contract law, IP law and the basic principles of contract drafting, and would like to increase their knowledge, and practise their drafting skills, with other experienced practitioners.
Attenders will have at least two years’ day-to-day experience of drafting IP-related agreements, and will probably have attended courses on the subject, prior to attending the workshop.