Considerations in trademark licensing in the UAE
The licensing of trademarks is an essential component of various commercial agreements facilitating business operations in the UAE. While franchise agreements are obvious examples of commercial agreement underpinned by trademark licenses, various other commercial agreements also contain or may contain detailed provisions related to the use of trademarks, including for example agency-, distribution- and in certain circumstances manufacturing agreements.
Adequately dealing with the rights associated with the use of trademarks in commercial agreements is critical to the owners of these valuable intellectual property rights, while it is equally critical to licensees who may be investing significantly in ventures where the rights associated with the use of the licensed trademarks are not fully appreciated…
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