WALA Creative Entrepreneurs Series - Session #4: Contracts & Licensing

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WALA Creative Entrepreneurs Series - Session #4: Contracts & Licensing


This session covers:

When is a deal a deal?
– Offer
– Acceptance
– Consideration

What can you license?
– Ownership
– Contract considerations
– Royalties

What Happens If Someone Fails?

Presentation and Q & A with:

– Remedies
– Deadlines
– Indemnification
– Governing Law
– Limitations on Remedies

Karl W. Means advises clients on a range of intellectual property-related issues, including working with clients on to protect and license copyrighted works covering a wide variety of subjects, including publishing, music, computer software and web-based content. Karl also counsels clients on the selection and protection of federally registered trademarks in the U.S., international trademarks, domain names and web-based advertising, and brand development. He also has extensive experience with technology-based transactions involving the commercialization of products and services, brand licensing, technology transfer, software licensing and development agreements.

Before joining Miles & Stockbridge, Karl was a Shareholder in the Intellectual Property practice at the firm of Shulman Rogers. Karl began his legal career with the U.S. Customs Service in Washington, D.C., where he was Senior Attorney in the Intellectual Property Rights Branch. Karl holds an M.B.A. from Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma.

Visit Miles & Stockbridge online at https://www.mslaw.com/karl-w-means

The series is free for WALA members and *$20 per workshop for non-members.

*Reduced rate tickets available.


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