Mark R. Privratsky


From patents and trademarks to confidential information and other data, it is critical to include contractual provisions in the "bet the company" and the day-to-day business agreements that are tailored to protecting the parties' IP interests and reducing the related risks.

Of Counsel Mark Privratsky, who has over 20 years' experience handling complex commercial and IP-based transactions, including dispute resolution, will provide examples of common provisions that every lawyer, whether in-house or outside counsel, should have in her or his repertoire to ensure that no intellectual property assets are lost or forgotten.

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Related Practices

Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property Litigation