This is an agreement under which a holder transfers the right to their trademark, patent or software to somebody else.
If you wish to transfer your right to your trademark, patent or software to somebody else, then you must enter into a written assignment agreement.
The assignment of right to a trademark, patent or software must be mandatorily registered with the Federal Intellectual Property Service (Rospatent). Otherwise the assignment of right to a trademark, patent or software will be deemed void.
The correct execution and registration of an assignment agreement is not a complicated task for an expert who has a relevant experience in intellectual property protection.
Trademark attorneys and lawyers of Zuykov and Partners will be happy to help you in solving this and many other issues, will give you detailed advice and do all required actions related to the transfer of rights to intellectual property objects.
The signing of an assignment agreement allows the right holder complete transfer of the exclusive rights to another person. The parties mandatorily approve and set in the text the object of the agreement and its identifying characteristics, as well as the number of the patent or certificate. Then the persons discuss and indicate in the document the conditions for the transfer of rights, the cost of the assignment and note the fact of the complete alienation of rights. Otherwise, the agreement may be recognized as a license. In certain cases, the agreement requires registration and confirmation in the Patent Office. Thus, when transferring the rights to objects, registered by Rospatent - trademarks, utility models, inventions and others, the registration of an assignment agreement is also required.