Licence Agreements Lawyer Service
Our Intellectual Property Lawyers can assist you with Licence Agreements. A Licence Agreement is a contract between parties that gives permission to one party ("licensee") to do something with your property ("licensor"). A Licence Agreement should be carefully drafted, since certain items can be implied in the contract, if they are not expressly outlined in the agreement. Licence Agreements are important to Intellectual Property ("IP") Law, since they provide a way for a corporation or individual to commercialize its intellectual property.
A Copyright owner of a photograph may enter into a Licence Agreement with an individual who desires to use that photograph in their magazine.
A Patent owner may enter into a Licence Agreement with a company who wants to use the patented invention.
A Trademark owner may enter into a Partnership Agreement allowing a party to use a trademark for marketing purposes.
Our IP Lawyers offer services across the Greater Toronto Area, including Mississauga, Burlington, Brampton, Oakville, Vaughan, North York, Newmarket, Guelph, Hamilton, Waterloo, Kitchener, Toronto and surrounding areas.