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Holmes protects your intellectual property (IP) by drafting bespoke license agreements tailored to your objectives.

Although many IP licence agreements have complex provisions, at its core are two elements, the grant of a licence under the IP and payments based on use of the IP. A licence agreement can achieve several objectives, for example, to encourage the use of that technology for the benefit of society, to control the way in which a licensee uses the technology, and / or to generate income from an invention or other technology. Depending on the subject matter of the licence agreement, IP may be defined as including patents, copyright, database rights, design rights, registered designs, trademarks, domain names and similar property rights.