Trademark Agreements

Trademark agreements are essential for trademark ownership and maintaining strong rights. RPL tailors trademark agreements for your specific needs.

Trademark enforcement requires that trademark owners control third-party uses of the mark. Permitted third-party uses therefore require license agreements to show that the owner is maintaining control. These agreements themselves are subject to additional requirements to demonstrate that that identity of the mark is being upheld, including enforcement provisions and style guides.

In other cases, a trademark owner may wish to transfer ownership completely in order to ensure that the entity using the trademark is the entity that owns it. For this purpose, an assignment may be completed and recorded with the USPTO, if the marks are the subject of registrations.

Beyond licenses and assignments, delineating intellectual property rights is important for many types of business agreements. RPL can help draft intellectual property provisions and business agreements that clearly identify your rights.

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Case Studies

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Behind the Idea: Gramovox

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Behind the Idea: Everpurse

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Behind the Idea: GoSili