“In the presence of a patent, a trademark, a design/model or a project that can lead to an
invention, there are numerous situations in which a contract will be necessary.”

In the presence of a patent, a trademark, a design/model or a project that can lead to an invention, there are numerous situations in which a contract will be necessary. It can be, for example, in order to clarify the ownership of an invention when it is ambiguous, in order to settle an indirect exploitation of the right or in order to assign one or many IP rights together, or not, with a business transfer.


“To negotiate, word and enforce the contracts …”

To negotiate, word and enforce these contracts, a good understanding of the Intellectual Property issues involved is necessary as the contracts further have repercussions on the entire economic life of the patents, trademarks, designs and models. The knowledge of Colbert Innovation and its close cooperation with specialized lawyers allows us to be particularly efficient in this field.