Jennifer Bailey and Megan Redmond Explain IP Provisions for Business Contracts


Erise IP attorneys Jennifer Bailey and Megan Redmond recently presented a two-part webinar on “IP Provisions for Business Contracts that Every Non-IP Attorney Should Know” to the Kansas Bar Association. The webinars offered corporate and business attorneys information on the various IP provisions for traditionally corporate, non-IP contracts such as employment, supplier, distributor, contractor, consultant, software development, licensing, purchase and end-user license agreements.

Part 1 of this CLE series provided a list of potential IP provisions and when and how to use them. Part 2 of the series focused on responding to or altogether avoiding litigation involving these types of IP provisions, including indemnification provisions and disclaimers and responding to patent infringement assertions from non-practicing entities.