Blog Post

Top 10 Considerations When Drafting and Negotiating SRAs, with U.S. and EU Perspectives

MoFo Life Sciences

19 Jan 2021

Sponsored Research Agreements (SRA) are used by companies to contract a research organization, such as a university, to conduct research and development activities in exchange for fees and the university’s rights to use the results for general research purposes. Care should be taken to ensure intellectual property (IP) of the sponsoring company (Sponsor) is properly secured. In this latest edition of MoFo’s Life Sciences Transactions + Licensing Top 10, we provide a list and explanation of our top 10 issues to consider when drafting and negotiating SRAs with universities, and we cover some of the distinctions that arise under U.S., EU, and German law.

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