PRACTICAL GUIDE ON IP CONTRACTS

PRACTICAL GUIDE ON IP CONTRACTS
January 28, 2021

ALTIUS developed together with the Belgian Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs (SPF/FOD Economie) a practical guide on IP contracts.

Download the guide, listen to the video recordings, and make sure you are informed on the provisions relating to intellectual property contracts and that you consolidate your knowledge on the contractual negotiations but also the drafting, execution and termination of contracts.

In French

In Dutch

For further information on this topic please contact Sophie LensAlexander De BleeckereOlivier Vrins or Kirian Claeyé.

Contact

  • Olivier Vrins

    Partner

  • Sophie Lens

    Counsel

  • Kirian Claeyé

    Counsel

  • Alexander De Bleeckere

    Managing Associate

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