Banking Intellectual Property
Intellectual property assets and issues - including trade secrets, proprietary information, company data, trademarks, trade names, licensing, software use, domain names, etc. - are often overlooked by banking institutions. Yet the banking industry is facing unprecedented change, much of which impacts information, intellectual property, and the security and protection of both. Dickinson's intellectual property attorneys assist banks and other financial institutions in managing and protecting their information and intellectual property assets by drafting and reviewing licensing agreements including software licensing agreements, preparing non-compete and non-disclosure agreements for key employees or potential business partners, screening and securing trademarks or trade names, identifying physical and data security measures, and working with clients on other intellectual property matters.