Licensing of Intellectual Property Rights
Utah Intellectual Property Lawyers
Trade secrets, copyrights, patents, and trademarks are best protected by precise, legally sound licensing agreements. In such matters, even the smallest detail could result in significant financial losses, making it essential to involve an attorney with licensing expertise to protect your interests and rights.
Pearson Butler offers experienced legal counsel related to the licensing of intellectual property rights for individuals and businesses across Utah. The firm’s intellectual property attorneys understand the intricacies of these matters and exactly how licensing can protect everything you have worked to create. Instead of leaving yourself exposed to undue risk, work with a team of licensing professionals that will help you identify and address the key terms of your licensing situation.
Contact the firm at (800) 265-2314 today to have a skilled attorney draft or review your licensing agreement.
What Is a Licensing Agreement?
A licensing agreement is a legally binding contract that defines the relationship between an intellectual property rights owner (the licensor) and another party that is authorized to use such rights (the licensee), in exchange for a fee or royalty.
There are different types of licensing agreements that may apply to different fields, including:
- Trademark licensing agreements
- Franchising agreements
- Technology license agreements
- Copyright license agreements
- Patent license agreements
- Software licensing
- Publishing rights license agreements
- Video game license agreements
- Character license agreements
In addition to handling the drafting and review of such agreements, our intellectual property lawyers at Pearson Butler can represent your interests in the event of a licensing agreement violation, whether you have been the victim or have been accused of a violation. Our attorneys deliver the results you need by collaborating with a team of strategic and experienced attorneys. Pearson Butler understands your licensing needs and is here to help protect you and your work.
For more information and to arrange a consultation with one of our licensing professionals, call (800) 265-2314.