🤯 IP Assignment Agreement

About this category

An IP assignment agreement is a contract between a company and an individual in which the company agrees to assign all of its intellectual property rights to the individual. The agreement typically covers all of the company's patents, copyrights, and trademarks. The agreement may also cover trade secrets, know-how, and other confidential information.

🤯 IP Assignment Agreement

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Intellectual Property Assignment (for founders to assign IP to company)

This IP Agreement is designed for an individual to assign IP to a company e.g. a founder is starting a company and needs to vest the IP into that company

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IP Assignment Agreement (MBM Commercial)

This IP assignment can be used where an Assignor is engaged to develop materials containing Intellectual Property Rights for the Assignee. The key definitions include Assigned Rights, Engagement and the Intellectual Property Rights in question. Consideration of £1 is proposed to ensure the agreement is legally enforceable. Apart from that this is a relatively simple and bare bones agreement.

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IP Assignment (Taylor Vinters)

This IP assignment is intended to be used where a company (the assignor) wishes to assign intellectual property rights in works it has created to the assignee. Amendments would be required if the Assignor is an individual. See also separate IP Assignment (Founders) template for initial founder IP assignments. This assignment can be in reference to a previous agreement, for example a consultancy or contractor agreement, whereby you subsequently want to assign the IP of the work. This document is executed as a deed to ensure it is legally binding.

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Assign IP

There are many reasons why someone might want to assign IP, such as when using a IP Assignment Agreement. One reason might be to ensure that the IP is used for the intended purpose. For example, if the IP is for a invention, the assignee would want to make sure that the invention is used for its intended purpose and not for something else. Another reason might be to make sure that the IP is not used in a way that would infringe on the rights of others. For example, if the IP is for a trademark, the assignee would want to make sure that the trademark is not used in a way that would infringe on the rights of others.

Legal firms who might be able to help

Note: Although we list lawyers as well as legal firms who may be able to help, this does not indicate that the listed law firms have an affiliation or partnership with Genie AI.

Reeds Solicitors

Reeds Solicitors

Corporate law firm

01452 502630

Administration

Data Protection

Financial services

IP

Investment

Mullenders

Mullenders

Corporate law firm

01483 771733

Administration

Data Protection

Financial services

IP

Investment

Garratts Solicitors

Garratts Solicitors

Corporate law firm

0161 794 7479

Administration

Data Protection

Financial services

IP

Investment