How do I designate ownership of a patent? 2 Answers as of April 29, 2011

Is there boilerplate language that can be used in an Operating Agreement for an LLC that designates ownership of a patent to the LLC when the patent is developed by an LLC member?

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DANIEL NESBITT | Hasse & Nesbitt
I would not rely on boilerplate terms to address such a key issue. Consult an attorney. It may be necessary that each member consult their own attorney, to safeguard their rights.
Answer Applies to: Ohio
Replied: 4/29/2011
Intellectual Property Center, LLC
Intellectual Property Center, LLC | Ak Shaf
There is boilerplate language, but knowing which language to use requires a legal analysis of the facts related to your situation. When was the invention invented, what is the scope of the inventors roles and obligation of the company, what resources were used to invent the invention. Lots of details are required in order to figure out which "boilerplate language" to use. If you have any additional questions let me know.
Answer Applies to: Kansas
Replied: 4/29/2011
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