Reviewing and Negotiating Technology Transfer and Licensing Agreements (London, United Kingdom - May 17-18, 2018)

  • ID: 4399423
  • Conference
  • Location: London, United Kingdom
  • 2 Days
  • Falconbury Ltd
  • Conference Dates: May 17-18, 2018
until Mar 21st 2018
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Licensing agreements are frequently used by commercial entities and public or quasi public bodies for the development of new business prospects and for cross-border expansion. This two-day seminar will give practical advice on the legal and commercial considerations essential for securing a successful deal.

It offers a comprehensive overview of all the key matters to be considered - by the licensor and the licensee - when dealing with international licensing agreements generally and in particular when handling manufacture under licence and technology transfer agreements.

This seminar is not jurisdiction specific and is therefore ideal for those working both in the UK and overseas.

*Please note, events may be cancelled due to commercial or organisational reasons. In this case Research and Markets will refund all registration fees which have already been paid. Research and Markets will not refund any charges arising from the participant having to cancel or re-book transportation or accommodation which he or she has arranged.

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Day one

International contract disputes

Dispute resolution mechanisms

Practical Workshop

  • Review of arbitration agreement
  • Negotiation of arbitration agreement

Competition law - Introduction

Day two

Ancillary agreements

Technology related block exemptions

Technology Transfer Agreements

Practical Workshop - Review of a technology licence

Practical Workshop - Negotiation of a technology licence

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  • Michala Meiselles Ms Michala Meiselles,
    Solicitor, Law Lecturer & Author ,
    Falconbury Ltd

    Michala Meiselles is a solicitor in England and Wales specialising in international business law, cross border transactions and compliance. She has been working as a lawyer since 1994 and qualified as a solicitor in 1999. Starting off her career at Berrymans Lace Mawer, she has since worked in private practice and as in-house legal counsel for local government.

    Over a decade ago, Michala created her own dedicated consultancy firm, which she presently directs, providing business and legal solutions to multinationals, public sector entities and international organisations.

    In her work as a solicitor and international lawyer (operating in England, France, Canada and the US), she advises on compliance (inter alia anti bribery and corruption, anti money laundering and sanctions), trade finance, import and export, licensing, distribution, agency and foreign direct investment. She advises multinationals that have international operations in Asia, North Africa, North America, Europe and the Middle East.

    Michala is also a law lecturer on the Masters programmes at the Law Schools of Université Jean Moulin (France) and Université Aix-Marseille (France) and is visiting professor of law at the Law School of University of Western Ontario (Western Law) and Université Jean Monnet (France).

    She is author of a book entitled ‘International Commercial Agreements - An Edinburgh Law Guide’ published by Edinburgh University Press (2013) and has published several articles including ‘Civil Law Consequences of Corruption and Bribery in France’ (2009), ‘Personal liability of employees for money laundering offences - A comparative perspective’ (2014) and ‘The European Economic Interest Grouping - A Chance for Multinationals?’ (2015).

    She is presently co-authoring a textbook on international licensing agreements with a senior solicitor working for DLA Piper for publication by Oxford University Press. She is fluent in English and French.

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  • In-house counsel
  • Trainee solicitors
  • Private practice lawyers
  • Lawyers
  • Commercial and contract managers
  • Business development managers
  • Licensing executives with little or no experience of drafting and negotiating international licensing agreements
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De Vere Holborn Bars
138 - 142 Holborn
London, EC1N 2NQ
United Kingdom


The nearest tube is Chancery Lane on the Central Line.
When leaving the station take exit 2 and the entrance to Holborn Bars is locaed approximately 50 metre ahead in the large red brick building.

From London Waterloo there are two bus services available, Bus 341 and Bus 521 (only Mon-Fri)
Alighting at Holborn Circus bus stop will ensure you are opposite the entrance to Holborn Bars

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