Drafting IP Indemnification Clauses: Best Practices & Potential Pitfalls

Drafting IP Indemnification Clauses: Best Practices & Potential Pitfalls

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Intellectual property indemnification provisions are often overlooked, however properly drafted IP indemnification provisions will enable you to manage liabilities and risks that will protect your client throughout an agreement. Whether you are in the position of a licensor or licensee, do you know how to identify issues, strategies and language that can protect your client's interests in complex intellectual property transactions? Topics covered during this webinar included:

  • How to draft & negotiate indemnifications provisions in IP Contracts
  • Critical clauses and must have items in all indemnification provisions
  • Use in stand-alone agreement issues or as part of larger transaction documents
  • Specific examples of mistakes and Indemnity traps to avoid

WilmerHale Partner Jason Kipnis was a featured speaker at this event.

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