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how to commercialise your IP: licensing, spin outs and JVs

24 October 2019

Our expert panel, comprised of IP and corporate law specialists, discuss IP commercialisation strategies, their benefits and pitfalls, drawing on experience across the private, public and higher education sectors. Our panel explore different structural models to exploitation, in particular purely contractual joint ventures and separate spin outs/exploitation vehicles.

We will consider the life cycle of these models from formation to operational matters and exit or termination of the JV/spin out focusing on the key provisions required for a successful exploitation strategy

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Nick Smee

Nick Smee

Senior Associate

Nick has acted on a series of high-profile trade mark and patent disputes and also advises on complex IP transactions, and advises clients in a range of different sectors including retail and leisure, food and drink, tech, construction and automotive.

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Sam sharp

Sam Sharp

Associate

Sam works in the corporate team specialising in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, company reorganisations and buybacks and provides general business advice to corporate clients.

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