Intellectual property licensing is the critical common denominator among all disciplines of intellectual property. Licensing is the tool that heightens the value of intellectual property rights, and the lack of licensing is typically the cause of intellectual property litigation. Licensing provides companies of all sizes the opportunity to protect their technological advantage, generate new revenue and build partnerships with other innovative companies. Smaller companies may decide to concentrate on research and development and desire to license out their patents. Larger companies frequently find themselves with valuable patents no longer relevant to their own business.
Our IP Licensing Practice assists our clients in due diligence, negotiating, drafting, construing, and enforcing license agreements. We also represent our clients who desire to license the patents of others, and negotiate or litigate to conclusion licensing disputes. Our attorneys have extensive experience in structuring joint development and joint venture relationships taking into consideration IP licensing.
- Ana G. Méndez University System
- Redbird Advanced Learning.