Jointly-Owned Property

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Rights of Co-Owners to License Patent Rights

It is sometimes tempting when entering into a joint research agreement to agree that both parties will jointly own any patent rights arising from the collaboration. However, unless the rights of each party are clearly set out...more

Joint Ownership of Intellectual Property: Complexity That Only a Lawyer Could Love

Companies are increasingly working cooperatively to develop technology, particularly software programs. One critical issue is the ownership of the resulting intellectual property in the software programs. This decision is...more

"The Estate Planner" – May/June 2014

In this issue: - Valuing LLC Interests: How To Lose In Tax Court - Should You Keep Your Trust A Secret? - Effort – A “Stretch IRA” Can Maximize Your IRA’s Benefits - Estate Planning Red Flag – You...more

Aircraft Transaction Basics - A Business Development Opportunity

This paper will describe the basics of aircraft transactions, including aircraft sale, purchase and ownership issues and how current aviation practitioners can expand their practice area to include aircraft transactions, pull...more

What Are the House Ownership Options When Parents and Adult Children Live Together?

Increasingly, several generations of American families are living together. According to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census data, more than 50 million Americans, or almost 17 percent of the population, live in...more

Who Pays for Maintenance When an Easement Is Jointly Owned?

When you purchased your house a few years ago, you knew that an easement on the property allowed the neighbors to use a back alley on your lot to access their property. You and the neighbors actually are co-owners of the...more

Introduction to Condominiums

Condominiums have become increasingly popular in recent years among all age groups, including younger first time buyers and empty nesters. A condominium is actually a legal definition that refers to a method of ownership, not...more

Eleventh Circuit Holds Fair Debt Collections Act Requires That District Court Adjudicate Any Contested Ownership Interests In...

In addition to the criminal penalties which stem from a fraud based convictions, a court may also order a convicted defendant to pay restitution. “The purpose of restitution . . . , however, is not to punish the defendant,...more

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