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Employment Agreements

Employment agreements have a number of intellectual property issues involved. For example, most organizations presume they will own inventions, and the patents that come from them, if their employee invents anything. While that is generally true for some employees, it may not be true for all. An explicit assignment of inventions and other intellectual property can reduce ambiguity. Likewise, trade secret and other confidentiality obligations and non-compete limitations should be in the agreement, as should any obligations not to solicit other employees.

Taking care of the intellectual property issues in employment agreements, making them a part of an overall intellectual property strategy, takes experienced lawyers. Contact Arnold & Saunders to see what we can do for your organization.

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