Licensing your brands and trade marks
If you allow another company to use your trade marks in accordance with particular terms and conditions, you have entered into a trade mark licence. It may have been a simple agreement to enable you to benefit from an expanded production capacity, or it could be part of an international marketing and distribution agreement involving technical know-how and royalty payments.
Recording a trade mark licence on national trade mark registers can be a valuable safeguard to trade mark owners and can also confer useful rights to licensees too.
We can advise on all licences involving trade marks and all aspects of officially recording them.