A client was acquiring the intellectual property interests of a new plant variety.
Our client was entering negotiations with third parties for licensing or otherwise exploiting their intellectual property rights in the education sector.
Our client is a specialist flooring supplier to the dance and theatre sector. As part of their marketing and promotional activity, they are running an exciting competition to design a new product.
Our client had an intellectual property licensing agreement in place with a US licensee. The client had recently agreed new commercial terms with the licensee and wanted the agreement updated to reflect the new commercial agreement.
Thomson Snell & Passmore advises local South East business on IT contracts and data protection compliance
Leading South East law firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has successfully advised block management software company, Resident Property Management Ltd, in updating their standard customer licence agreement for Resident's proprietary block management software.
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We were recently instructed to act for software development company, to defend the alleged infringement of another company’s intellectual property rights.
Our client works with many plant breeders to maximise the commercial exploitation of their plant variety rights, exploring opportunities with, and granting sub-licences to, many overseas fruit and vegetable growers.
Our client had been approached by the owner of a patent which related to golf equipment and, following their initial discussions, our client identified an opportunity for it to exploit the patent commercially by manufacturing and distributing a new golf-related product.