If you are considering licensing your intellectual property or obtaining a license to someone else’s intellectual property, a lawyer will generally need to understand the nature of the property, whether the license will be exclusive, and the amount and type of compensation at issue. A lawyer can also help you draft an End-User License Agreement (EULA), a Software License Agreement, or a Patent License Agreement for software.
Prepare for your first meeting or call with an intellectual property lawyer with Priori’s licenses resources. Using our licenses checklist, you’ll be able to think through your legal questions about licenses in advance of your meeting with your lawyer. You can even send your licenses worksheet directly to your lawyer, so your lawyer can prepare ahead of time and make your interaction as productive and cost-effective as possible. If needed, Priori can also connect you with an intellectual property lawyer in our vetted network who can assist you with your legal questions about licenses.