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Intellectual property transactions underlie large segments of the global economy, from pharmaceuticals to computing, entertainment to digital content. This first-of-its-kind resource combines practical contract drafting and negotiation skills with substantive legal doctrine in the rapidly growing area of intellectual property transactions and licensing. Though primarily designed for classroom use, it is also a must-have legal reference work for every lawyer involved in the technology, biopharma, entertainment, media or financial services industries. It includes practical drafting models and explanations of key contractual provisions such as field of use, exclusivity, milestones, royalties, termination, indemnification and liability, and combines these with discussion of the latest cases interpreting these provisions. Numerous legal doctrines that affect the enforcement of IP agreements are also covered. An instructor's manual for this book is currently being developed. If you are interested in receiving updates about the availability of this resource, please contact the author directly. This book is also available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.

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  • Intellectual Property Licensing and Transactions
    pp i-ii
  • Intellectual Property Licensing and Transactions - Title page
    pp iii-iii
  • Theory and Practice
  • Copyright page
    pp iv-iv
  • Contents
    pp v-xiv
  • Figures
    pp xv-xxii
  • Tables
    pp xxiii-xxiii
  • Acknowledgments
    pp xxiv-xxiv
  • Introduction
    pp 1-6
  • Part I - Introduction to Intellectual Property Licensing
    pp 7-120
  • 1 - The Business of Licensing
    pp 9-18
  • 2 - Ownership and Assignment of Intellectual Property
    pp 19-46
  • 3 - The Nature of an Intellectual Property License
    pp 47-66
  • 4 - Implied Licenses and Unwritten Transactions
    pp 67-96
  • 5 - Confidentiality and Pre-license Negotiations
    pp 97-120
  • Part II - License Building Blocks
    pp 121-420
  • 6 - License Grant and Scope
    pp 129-172
  • 7 - Exclusive Licenses
    pp 173-195
  • 8 - Financial Terms
    pp 196-247
  • 9 - Development, Allocation and Management of IP
    pp 248-279
  • 10 - Representations, Warranties and Indemnification
    pp 280-312
  • 11 - Litigation-Related Clauses: Enforcement, Settlement and Dispute Resolution
    pp 313-361
  • 12 - Term, Termination and Breach
    pp 362-389
  • 13 - Other Licensing Terms: The “Boilerplate”
    pp 390-420
  • Part III - Industry- and Context-Specific Licensing Topics
    pp 421-670
  • 14 - Academic Technology Transfer
    pp 423-461
  • 15 - Trademark and Franchise Licensing
    pp 462-492
  • 16 - Music Licensing
    pp 493-522
  • 17 - Consumer and Online Licensing
    pp 523-555
  • 18 - Software, Data and the Cloud
    pp 556-591
  • 19 - Public Licenses: Open Source, Creative Commons and IP Pledges
    pp 592-636

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