Contract Drafting:  Intellectual Property, Security and Confidentiality


You’ve contracted for a product, but that doesn’t automatically ensure you have the right to change it, reproduce it, resell it, or share it.

Learn how to identify your intellectual property (IP) assignment needs, and the tools to include in the contract to sign over IP rights as part of the contract.

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize the consequences of failing to identify intellectual property rights in the contract
  • Using common contracting examples, define what intellectual property rights need to be assigned as part of the contract
  • Review sample intellectual property assignment provisions
  • Discover how to protect confidential trade secrets


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