Courses on contracts and IP

teacherBelow are details of 5 courses that IP Draughts and his colleagues will be running in the next few months. The titles of the courses are:

 

  1. Drafting Legal Clauses in Commercial Contracts
  2. Intellectual Property Licensing: An Advanced Level Drafting Workshop
  3. Drafting Clinical Trial Agreements
  4. Transactional Skills Course (UCL LLM students only)
  5. Drafting and Negotiating an IT Supply Contract

Drafting Legal Clauses in Commercial Contracts

When and where?

Tuesday 2 June 2015 at University College London’s Faculty of Laws. One-day course. 6 hours CPD.

Who is it for?

This long-running course is designed for lawyers and experienced contract managers who wish to understand more about ‘legal’ clauses in contracts. In the morning we discuss warranties, indemnities and liability clauses. In the afternoon we consider a selection of boilerplate clauses, including entire agreement, assignment, law and jurisdiction. Practical examples are used to illustrate legal, drafting and commercial points that arise in each type of clause under discussion.

Where can I book?

Further details, including booking facility, can be found here.

Intellectual Property Licensing: an Advanced Level Drafting Workshop

When and where?

Tuesday 16 June 2015 at University College London’s Faculty of Laws. One-day course. 6 hours CPD.

Who is it for?

This course is designed for commercial and IP lawyers, and licensing managers, who already have experience of drafting and negotiating IP licence agreements. We go through the main terms of an intellectual property licence agreement in detail, focussing on grant, warranties, payments, performance, termination, law and jurisdiction. Practical examples are used to illustrate legal, drafting and commercial points that arise in each type of clause under discussion.

Where can I book?

Further details, including booking facility, can be found here.

Drafting Clinical Trials Agreements

When and where?

Thursday 16 July 2015 at Rembrandt Hotel, London (opposite V&A Museum). One-day course. 6 hours CPD. This course is run by Management Forum.

Who is it for?

This course is designed for lawyers and commercial managers who have responsibilities for drafting and negotiating agreements relating to clinical trials. We discuss investigator agreements, CRO agreements, and a range of other agreement types.

Given the importance of regulatory issues in clinical trial agreements, Mark Anderson is joined for the morning of the course by Christine Bendall, a regulatory consultant, who will explain various aspects of pharmaceutical regulation and their impact on clinical trial agreements.

Where can I book?

Further details, including booking facility, can be found here.

Transactional Skills Course

When and where?

Tuesday 21 July to Thursday 23 July 2015 at University College London’s Faculty of Laws. Three-day course.

Who is it for?

Run jointly by Mark Anderson and Jelena Madir, this course is in its first year, and is for UCL Laws’ Graduate Students only (but if you think it might have a wider audience, please let us know).

The focus of the course is on helping law students to understand commercial transactions, and the role of the lawyer in relation to commercial transactions. Over 3 days we discuss a range of topics, including contract drafting and the how principles of law affect the structure and content of contracts.

Where can I book?

Further details, including booking facility, can be found here.

Drafting and Negotiating an IT Supply Contract

When and where?

Thursday 22 September 2015 at Rembrandt Hotel, London (opposite V&A Museum). One-day course. 6 hours CPD. This course is run by Management Forum.

Who is it for?

This practical seminar is run by Paul Maclennan of Anderson Law, and Piers Clayden of Clayden Law Ltd. It provides an in-depth analysis of the main legal issues that arise in the course of contracting for large enterprise software solutions. It will be of interest to both customers and vendors/suppliers alike, as well as system integrators and consultants.

Where can I book?

Further details, including booking facility, can be found here.

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