When describing the rights to be granted, be as clear and precise as possible. The transfer of ownership may not be effective if the description is incorrect or clear enough. If you have any uncertainties, please seek legal advice. For trademarks: a transfer is a transfer of ownership of a trademark application or trademark registration from one entity to another. Intellectual property rights are a valuable intangible asset and an integral part of the brand`s identity. It is therefore important for a company and its stakeholders to make a clear assessment of the ownership of intellectual property rights. Intellectual property rights may include patents, trademarks, designs, domain names and (for a software company) source code and documentation via software. Unlike licensing agreements which, under certain conditions, allow the use of intellectual property, divestitures are generally transfers of property rights, with no conditions under which rights are used. If the holder of the right enters into the alienation agreement, which is subject to the collateral of the exclusive right without the consent of the pawnbroker, in accordance with Article 168 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, the alienation agreement is invalidated, so that the consequences of the invalidity of the agreement are applied. The transfer of intellectual property is a transfer of an owner`s rights, property and interest in certain intellectual property rights. The ceding party (“beneficiary of the transfer”) transfers ownership of its intellectual property rights to the recipient party (“ceding”), such as patents, trademarks, industrial designs and copyrights. Intellectual property marketing: transfer contracts The owner of intellectual property rights may transfer all or part of his rights – for example.
B, the copyright holder could only cede part of its economic privileges. Intellectual property rights are transferred with a lump sum or royalty payment. The right holder may give the right to exercise the exclusive right to the third party, i.e. either through the conclusion of licensing agreements or through the conclusion of the exclusive right guarantee agreement. The right holder has the right to enter into the contract of convenience relating to the alienation of the exclusive right under licence agreements. In the event of a transfer of the right to the exclusive rightsal agreement, the licensing agreements remain valid (paragraph 7, Article 1235). In the event of the conclusion of the agreement on the disposal of the exclusive right with licence agreements, the taker will not be allowed. Subject to section 1235 of paragraph 7, the transfer of the exclusive right does not constitute grounds for the modification or termination of the licence agreement entered into by the holder of the previous right. However, the right holder must inform the licensee of the legal inseure.
Section 5, paragraph 1234, of the code provides for the consequences if the assignee does not pay compensation. When the right has been transferred to the assignee as part of the agreement, the former right holder, in the event of a serious violation of his claim for compensation, is entitled to argue in court the transfer of the rights of the transferee to the holder of the previous right as well as compensation. Agreements on the transfer of confidential information and inventions, also known as “Exclusive Information and Invention Agreements,” ensure that intellectual property and other property rights created by employees during their employment are allocated to the employer. The content of the contract is called terms or clauses. The essential conditions are those that are necessary and sufficient for the conclusion of the agreement.