Licensing

In an increasingly fast-paced and ever-changing technological world, licenses represent an important method for protecting intellectual property rights and guarding against possible infringement claims. Although the transfer of technology presents an abundance of opportunities, it also creates the potential for possible legal problems such as infringement. Whether the matter at hand involves copying software or the use of a patented invention, our attorneys possess the knowledge, skill, and experience necessary to ensure that our clients’ rights are protected in the best possible fashion.

With extensive licensing experience in both the U.S. and international markets, our firm is well positioned to guide clients in maximizing the value of their intellectual property. From protecting current licensing rights to engaging in the establishment of cross-licensing programs, our attorneys work hard to preserve and promote the intellectual property rights of our clients.

  • Licensing Agreements & Negotiation
  • Licensing Litigation
  • Technology Transfers & Transactions
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Panitch Schwarze Welcomes New Attorney Kimberly S. Chotkowski // April 7, 2014
Kimberly S. Chotkowski has joined Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP as an intellectual property attorney with patent litigation, licensing and prosecution experience along with negotiating global IP licenses. Read more

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