A licensing agreement is a contract that lets one entity use trademarked branding or sell products that are branded or owned by the other entity. Each agreement is unique to the situation, and they can be quite complex. Therefore, it's a good idea to consult with an experienced business law attorney before signing any such agreement. Here's a look at three important parts of any licensing agreement.
A solid nondisclosure agreement is always a good idea when you have company and trade secrets to protect, but a piece of paper -- even a legally binding one -- can only offer so much coverage. Here are two top tips to put in place if you want to maximize protection of your brand and corporate information.