Transfer your intellectual property with the guidance of an intellectual property lawyer.
$480 (+ tax)
Intellectual Property (IP) Assignment Agreements establish the ownership of IP. These agreements are used to transfer creations from an individual creator to a company. Once something is created by an individual, the company automatically owns it.
To enable outside investment.
If your company relies on a technology, product, or brand, then a significant portion of the company’s value is based on the intellectual property it owns. Investors will simply not risk their money if your intellectual property belongs to your employees and contractors rather than the company itself.
Own what you’ve paid for.
Your employees and consultants are inevitably creating new intellectual property as they work and you need to ensure that it belongs to your company. An IP Assignment Agreement will prevent them from taking that IP and using it elsewhere once their job is done.
First you'll have a kick-off call with your Good Lawyer to discuss the current status of your IP. After the call, your lawyer will collect the documents they need to complete the Agreement. They will share a copy of the final document.
1. Project kick-off call to gather information, advise you and answer questions.
2. One customized Intellectual Property Assignment Agreement.
3. One round of minor revisions if necessary.
Pick a time to discuss your IP Assignment Agreement with a Good Lawyer.
Help your lawyer understand your situation and how you want to transfer the intellectual property. Your lawyer will advise you on exactly what your agreement needs to include and help you understand why.
You will receive a digital copy of the IP Assignment Agreement ready to print, sign and use.
Get your paperwork done the easy way so you can get back to running your business.
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