Intellectual property is a creative invention that can be protected by law. It is an intangible property that confers exclusive and exclusive rights on the property to the author, unless it is authorized or awarded. Suffice it to say that intellectual property, like any other property, can be granted, sold or allocated to another party in precious consideration. 1.1 „Assigned property” refers to The Property in Schedule A and all intellectual property rights that are partyed, embodied, in or necessary to the operation of the property. 7.2 Procuration. If, for some reason, the agent is not able to: back up the agent`s signature on letters, patents, copyright contracts, trademark applications or applications for registration or other documents or submissions relating to one or all of the awarded property, whether because of the agent`s unsuspectingness or for any other reason that the agent irrevocably appoints and appoints the agent and his or her authorized agent to act. for and on his behalf and to execute and file all these requests, records and other documents, and to make all other lawfully authorized acts to support the continuation of these acts with the same legal force and effect as the Assignor stated. 8.6 Full agreement. This agreement is the whole agreement on the purpose of this agreement. It replaces all prior and simultaneous agreements, insurance, representations and communications between the parties.
3. In exchange. In return for the assignments made by the Assignor under this agreement, the agent pays the dollars to the Assignor. 1.2 „Intellectual property”: all technologies and intellectual property, in any form, including, but not limited, to published and unpublished works of authorship, including audiovisual works, collective works, computer programs, compilations, databases, derivative works, literary works, masked works and sound recordings („works of authorship”); inventions and discoveries, including, but not limited, to manufacturing objects, commercial methods, material compositions, improvements, machines, processes and processes, and new uses for one of the previous objects („inventions”); words, names, symbols, devices, designs and other denominations and combinations of previous elements used to identify or distinguish a business, property, group, product or service, or indicate a form of certification, including, but not limited, to logos, product designs and product characteristics („brands”); and information that is not known to everyone or that is not generally identifiable by appropriate means, tangible or not, including, but not exclusively, algorithms, client lists, ideas, designs, formulas, know-how, methods, processes, programs, prototypes, systems and techniques („Confidential Information”).