In our last blog of our series on licensing biotech in universities, we defined terms to be used within this very specific niche of contract.
Intellectual Property (IP) is the general term covering diverse categories of intangibles (patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets) that are subject to ownership (legal title)
Several weeks ago we discussed the importance of thoroughly and accurately defining terms when drafting Biotech IP agreements between private industry and universities. This second
Development of biotech increasingly relies upon collaboration between the biotech industry and universities. Due to the multifaceted nature of these relationships, licensing agreements have become
Trade secrets are vital parts of virtually every industry. From the ingredients in a craft beer from a microbrewery in San Diego, to the famous
The STEM workforce plays a critical role in driving innovation across numerous industries. This in turn supports economic growth. Further, nearly all segments of the