Getting the Deal Through - Licensing in Australia 2015 edition
2 March 2015
McCullough Robertson’s Intellectual Property and Competition Group has contributed the Australia chapter to the 2015 Licensing - Getting the Deal Through guide, published by Law Business Research.
Partners Malcolm McBratney, John Kettle and Alex Hutchens, and Senior Associate Alexia Marinos, answer the key questions of concern to corporations and in-house counsel when dealing with licensing laws in Australia. Areas covered include types of licences, law affecting international licensing, intellectual property issues, software licensing, royalties and other payments, currency conversion and taxes, competition law issues, indemnification, disclaimers of liability, damages and limitation of damages, termination of licensing agreements, bankruptcy, governing law and dispute resolution.
You can download a PDF of the Australia Chapter from the related documents link at the base of this page.
For more information contact Kristie Fankhauser on +61 7 3233 8876.
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