The Intellectual Property and Technology practice area now includes over 1400 practical guidance documents drafted by over 45 partners and counsel from top law firms to help attorneys handle matters more efficiently and confidently when working across 10 topics. Recent content additions have focused on entertainment law, patents and trademarks.
• Key entertainment law content includes Art Commission Agreement, e-Book Publishing Contract, Exclusive Songwriter Agreement (Multiple Songs), and Motion Picture Employment Agreement (Long Form, Pro-Production Company) to help parties develop and monetize content.
• Important patent content additions include Federal Circuit Appeals: Pre-Appeal Considerations (Patent Owner), Patent Enforcement Resource Kit, Territorial License Agreement, and Intellectual Property Audits to help inventors secure and protect patents.
• Trademark content additions include Likelihood of Confusion Factors: Key Legal Principles Representative Cases (11th Cir.) bringing coverage to 10 circuits and the Likelihood Confusion Resource Kit which makes it easier to find the relevant factors across all the circuits.