Companies often collaborate, signing stock non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) as protection. However, it is important to note that these stock NDAs usually do not have comprehensive provisions to address common intellectual property (IP) issues that may arise during collaboration. One key issue is determining ownership of the IP that results from the collaboration (referred to as “New IP”). If your company’s or client’s NDA does not address this or other common IP questions, it may be necessary to update the agreement.
Join us for our upcoming webinar on Tuesday, December 12, where we will provide a comprehensive guide to IP provisions you can include in your next NDA to mitigate such risks.
- Jason Balich, Counsel, Litigation Practice
- Brandon Blackwell, Shareholder, Chemical & Materials Technologies Practice
Wolf Greenfield is an accredited CLE provider in New York. If you are seeking CLE credit, please download the Attorney Affirmation New York CLE Credit form to be completed and submitted to the CLE provider after the event. This course is appropriate for both newly admitted attorneys and experienced attorneys.
Please contact Dani Napier with any questions.