Licensing – Expand Your Future SM
Licensing is a Hidden Revenue Most Companies Miss!
In addition to the essential confidentiality agreements, employee, and outside contractor agreements you need to ensure ownership of the innovation and creativity you pay for, Booth Udall Fuller attorneys can help you identify possible licensing opportunities and negotiate favorable licensing terms.
Our attorneys draft, review and edit all kinds of patent-, trademark-, copyright- and trade secret- related contracts and licenses. We can also provide reviews of agreement terms to confirm the intellectual property is being handled correctly, or to understand the business effect of specific provisions.
From IP Agreements Essentials packages for your company to creation or review of custom licenses and contracts, Booth Udall Fuller attorneys can help you today!
Using patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets to protect and control the use of your intellectual property assets can be essential to the success of your business. However, there may come a point in the life of each of these assets when the value of keeping them to yourself is less than the value you can gain by licensing them to others.
Identifying Your Licensing Opportunities
At Booth Udall Fuller, our lawyers help inventors, artists, and small- to mid-sized business owners throughout Arizona to identify these revenue opportunities and help them to determine whether or not licensing is the right course of action to take.
If you do decide to license a patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, or know how, a licensing attorney from our firm can help you to understand the advantages and disadvantages of exclusive use, non-exclusive use, limited use, and other types of licensing agreements. Thereafter, we can provide you with all of the legal services you need to ensure that the licensing or assignment of these rights is handled properly.
Acquiring Licensing Rights
Acquiring a license to use certain technologies, processes, or know how can also be extremely beneficial to your business’s bottom line and can help you level the playing field against your competitors. A licensing attorney from our firm can help you to understand the costs and benefits of acquiring various rights—exclusive or non-exclusive—so that you can decide whether or not obtaining them is the right move to make.
If you are interested in learning more about the technology transfer and licensing opportunities available to you—call or contact a licensing attorney at our firm to see how we can advance your business’s future today.
We offer free initial 30 minute consultations and our main office is conveniently located just south of the 202 Freeway in the greater Phoenix Metropolitan area. We look forward to talking with you.