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Agreement to Assign Inventions & Patents – What Does it Mean?
Employers may seek to assign inventions and patents when they want ownership of invention or patent rights. These agreements also may require disclosure of all prior inventions, and assist an employer to obtain patent rights.
By drafting these agreements, an employer may stop an employee from using inventions created while working for a previous employer, for the employee’s own benefit. It also prohibits any future employer from gaining or benefiting from the invention or patent.
These agreements may be incorporated as a condition of employment.
New Inventions & Patents Contract or Agreement
An Agreement to Assign Inventions and Patents needs to be reviewed in order to protect a party’s present and future rights. We will provide honest, straightforward advice on how to proceed with your Agreement to Assign Inventions and Patents.
Existing Inventions & Patents Contract or Agreement
Contact Walcheske & Luzi to receive a comprehensive review of your existing inventions and patents agreement and gain a full understanding of its provisions. Don’t take a chance, truly know what was signed to avoid future misunderstandings, confusion, and conflict.
If you suspect a violation or receive an allegation of a violation of an inventions and patents agreement, we will sit down with you, provide a comprehensive review of the contract or agreement, and give a realistic assessment of the situation. Walcheske & Luzi can enforce rights or defend against allegations.
The Walcheske & Luzi Difference
At Walcheske & Luzi, LLC it is our pledge to provide open and honest advice, taking the time to listen, counsel, and advise. We will closely review any employment contract or agreement, provide a full assessment and explanation of its provisions, and openly and honestly discuss the options and determine whether revisions are needed.
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