Would you like to understand IP contracts better?
Our annual, one-week course, Intellectual Property Transactions: Law and Practice, will be running for the seventh time from 8-12 April 2019. Every year, UK patent attorneys have attended the course, in addition to solicitors, technology transfer managers and overseas lawyers. The course is designed to provide attenders with a solid grounding in the law and practice of IP transactions over 39 continuing education hours. Attenders are assumed to be familiar with the basics of IP law and English contract law.
The course is taught by experienced IP practitioners, mostly in leading IP firms and departments. It receives very good student feedback, and it has won both a Law Society Excellence Award (Highly Commended) and a Provost’s Teaching Award.
During the week of the course, we cover different transaction types, including assignments, licences, charges, sale of business agreements for IP-rich companies, and loan agreements secured by IP. It covers different business sectors, including universities, life science, IT and media transactions. And it combines lectures with practical workshops.
Click here for more details: www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/events/2019/apr/ip-transactions-law-and-practice-2019