저희 사무소는 지식재산권, 기술개발, R&D 관련 법무, 국제계약 등 분야에서 전문지식과 실무경험을 자랑합니다. 십수년에 걸쳐 벤처기업, 소규모 개인사업자, 중소기업 등에게 다양한 내용의 법률자문을 제공하면서 축적한 업무경험을 갖고 있습니다.

 

이와 같은 전문지식과 업무경험을 바탕으로 사업과정에서 발생하는 법적문제에 대한 법률자문을 제공하고 있습니다. 다음과 같이 사안의 종류, 경중, 범위 등에 관계 없이 고정비용으로 일정기간, 범위 무제한, 법률자문서비스 프로모션을 진행하고 있습니다. 필요할 때 회사직원 누구나 자유롭게 변호사에게 문의하고 협의할 수 있는 법률자문 서비스입니다.

 

계약기간 6개월 + 5백만원 정액 비용 + 자문범위 무제한  

 

법률자문 분야 

1.     상법, 공정거래법 등 회사경영 관련 기업법무

2.     특허, 상표, 영업비밀보호, 저작권 등 지식재산권

3.     국내계약, 국제계약, 해외 클레임 계약법실무

4.     직원의 입사, 퇴사, 관련 사내 보안, 타사와의 법률관계

5.     회사 이미지, 명예훼손, 광고표시법, 인터넷 게시물, 제조물 책임

6.     직원의 근로기준, 복리후생, 안전, 산업재해 관계

7.     기타 법률자문 사항  

 

저희 가산종합법률사무소는 변호사 4, 협력 변호사 2, 협력 공인회계사/세무사 1명으로 구성되어 있습니다. 또한, 기업법무팀 경력의 미국변호사 2, 15년 실무경력의 상표디자인 전담 변리사를 포함하여 30여명의 변리사 등 80여명이 근무하는 특허법인가산도 있습니다.

 

한편, 기존 법률고문관계를 유지하면서도 지식재산권이나 기술법무 등에 관한 특별한 수요가 일시적으로 있는 경우에도 기존의 법률자문관계를 존중하면서 필요한 범위의 법률자문을 제공하는 병행적 자문서비스 프로그램도 가능합니다.

 

저희 사무소 소개 및 변호사 프로파일은 홈페이지에서 확인할 수 있습니다. 기타 궁금한 사항이나 필요한 사항이 있으면 언제든지 편하게 연락 주시기 바랍니다.

 

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TRADEMARK LICENSE AGREEMENT

 

THIS AGREEMENT is entered into the last date written below by and between [INSERT NAME OF LICENSOR, ENTITY TYPE, and ADDRESS] (“LICENSOR”), and [INSERT NAME OF LICENSEE, ENTITY TYPE, and ADDRESS] (“LICENSEE”).

 

WHEREAS, LICENSOR is the sole and exclusive owner of the following trademarks and registrations: [INSERT] (the “Trademarks”); and

 

WHEREAS, LICENSOR has the power and authority to grant to LICENSEE the right, privilege and license to use the Trademarks on or in association with the goods and/or services covered by the registrations (the “Licensed Products”); and

 

WHEREAS, LICENSEE has represented that it has the ability to manufacture, market and distribute the Licensed Products in [INSERT TERRITORY] (the "Territory") and to use the Trademarks on or in association with the Licensed Products; and

 

WHEREAS, LICENSEE desires to obtain from LICENSOR a license to use, manufacture, have manufactured and sell Licensed Products in the Territory and to use the Trademarks on or in association with the Licensed Products; and

 

WHEREAS, both LICENSEE and LICENSOR are in agreement with respect to the terms and conditions upon which LICENSEE shall use the Trademarks;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the promises and agreements set forth herein, the parties, each intending to be legally bound hereby, do promise and agree as follows.

 

1.  LICENSE GRANT

A.  LICENSOR hereby grants to LICENSEE a non-exclusive license to use the Trademarks on or in association with the Licensed Products in the [INSERT TERRITORY] (Territory), as well as on packaging, promotional and advertising material associated therewith. 

 

B.  LICENSOR hereby grants to LICENSEE the non-exclusive right and license to use, manufacture, have manufactured, sell, distribute, and advertise the Licensed Products in the Territory.  It is understood and agreed that this license shall pertain only to the Trademarks and the Licensed Products and does not extend to any other mark, product or service.

 

C.  LICENSEE may not grant any sublicenses to any third party without the prior express written consent of the LICENSOR which may be withheld for any reason.

 

2.  TERM OF THE AGREEMENT

This Agreement and the provisions hereof, except as otherwise provided, shall be in full force and effect commencing on the last the date of execution below and shall extend for [INSERT LENGTH OF TERM] (the “Term”).

 

3.  COMPENSATION

A.  In consideration for the licenses granted hereunder, LICENSEE agrees to pay to LICENSOR a royalty of ____% (the “Royalty”) based on LICENSEE’s Net Sales of Licensed Products, accruing upon the sale of the Licensed Products (i.e., when the Licensed Product is billed, invoiced, shipped, or paid for, whichever is first regardless of the time of collection by LICENSEE), calculated on a quarterly calendar basis (the "Royalty Period") and shall be payable no later than thirty (30) days after the termination of the preceding full calendar quarter, i.e., commencing on the first (1st) day of January, April, July, and October, with late payments incurring interest at the rate of ONE PERCENT (1%) per month from the date such payments were originally due.

 

B.  In the event that LICENSEE grants any previously approved sub-licenses for the use of the Trademarks in countries outside of the United States, LICENSEE shall pay LICENSOR FIFTY PERCENT (50%) of the gross income received by LICENSEE from such sub-licensees.

 

C.  LICENSEE shall provide LICENSOR with a written royalty statement in a form acceptable to LICENSOR each Royalty Period whether or not any Licensed Products were sold during that Period and the receipt or acceptance by LICENSOR of any royalty statement or payment shall not prevent LICENSOR from subsequently challenging the validity or accuracy of such statement or payment.

 

D.  "Net Sales" shall mean LICENSEE's gross sales (the gross invoice amount billed customers) of Licensed Products, less discounts and allowances actually shown on the invoice and less any bona fide returns.  No other costs incurred in the manufacturing, selling, advertising, and distribution of the Licensed Products or any uncollectible accounts or allowances shall be deducted.   

          

4.  AUDIT

A.  LICENSOR shall have the right, upon at least five (5) days written notice to inspect LICENSEE's books and records and all other documents and material in the possession of or under the control of LICENSEE with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement at a location in the United States.  LICENSOR shall have free and full access thereto for such purposes and shall be permitted to make copies thereof and extracts therefrom.

 

B.  In the event that such inspection reveals a discrepancy in the amount of Royalty owed LICENSOR from what was actually paid, LICENSEE shall pay such discrepancy, plus interest, calculated at the rate of ONE AND ONE-HALF PERCENT (1 1/2%) per month.  In the event that such discrepancy is in excess of ONE THOUSAND UNITED STATES DOLLARS ($1,000.00), LICENSEE shall also reimburse LICENSOR for the cost of such inspection including any attorney's fees incurred in connection therewith.

 

C.  All books and records relative to LICENSEE's obligations hereunder shall be maintained and kept accessible and available to LICENSOR for inspection in the United States for at least three (3) years after termination of this Agreement.

 

D.  In the event that an investigation of LICENSEE's books and records is made, certain confidential and proprietary business information of LICENSEE may necessarily be made available to the person or persons conducting such investigation.  It is agreed that such confidential and proprietary business information shall be retained in confidence by LICENSOR and shall not be used by LICENSOR or disclosed to any third party for a period of two (2) years from the date of disclosure, or without the prior express written permission of LICENSEE unless required by law.  It is understood and agreed, however, that such information may be used in any proceeding based on LICENSEE's failure to pay its actual Royalty obligation.

 

5.  WARRANTIES AND OBLIGATIONS

A.  LICENSOR represents and warrants that it has the right and power to grant the licenses granted herein and that there are no other agreements with any other party in conflict herewith.

 

B.  LICENSOR further represents and warrants that to the best of its knowledge, the Trademarks do not infringe any valid right of any third party.

 

C.  LICENSEE represents and warrants that it will use its best efforts to promote, market, sell, and distribute the Licensed Products.

 

D.  LICENSEE shall be solely responsible for the manufacture, production, sale, and distribution of the Licensed Products and will bear all related costs associated therewith.

 

E.  It is the intention of the parties that LICENSEE shall introduce the Licensed Products in all countries in the Territory on or before [INSERT DATE].  Failure to meet this deadline shall constitute grounds for immediate termination of this Agreement by LICENSOR.

 

6.  NOTICES, QUALITY CONTROL AND SAMPLES

A.  The licenses granted hereunder are conditioned upon LICENSEE's full and complete compliance with the marking provisions of the patent, trademark and copyright laws of the United States and other countries in the Territory.

 

B.  The Licensed Products, as well as all promotional, packaging, and advertising material relative thereto, shall include all appropriate legal notices as required by LICENSOR.  [INSERT REQUIRED NOTICE].

          

C.  The Licensed Products shall be of a high quality which is at least equal to comparable products previously manufactured and marketed by LICENSEE under the trademarks and in conformity with a standard sample approved by LICENSOR.

          

D.  If the quality of a class of the Licensed Products falls below such a production-run quality, as previously approved by LICENSOR, LICENSEE shall use its best efforts to restore such quality.  In the event that LICENSEE has not taken appropriate steps to restore such quality within thirty (30) days after notification by LICENSOR, LICENSOR shall have the right to terminate this Agreement and require that the LICENSEE cease using the Trademarks.

 

E. Prior to the commencement of manufacture and sale of the Licensed Products, LICENSEE shall submit to LICENSOR, at no cost to LICENSOR and for approval as to quality, six (6) sets of samples of all Licensed Products which LICENSEE intends to manufacture and sell and one (1) complete set of all promotional and advertising material associated therewith. Failure of LICENSOR to approve such samples within thirty (30) working days after receipt thereof will be deemed approval.  Once such samples have been approved by LICENSOR, LICENSEE shall not materially depart therefrom without LICENSOR's prior express written consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheld. 

 

F.  At least once during each calendar year, LICENSEE shall submit to LICENSOR, for approval, an additional six (6) sets of samples. 

 

G.  The LICENSEE agrees to permit LICENSOR or its representative to inspect the facilities where the Licensed Products are being manufactured and packaged. 

 

7.  NOTICE AND PAYMENT

A.  Any notice required to be given pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and delivered personally to the other designated party at the above stated address or mailed by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested or delivered by a recognized national overnight courier service, except e-mail may be used for day-to-day operations and contacts but not for ‘notice’ or other communications required under this agreement or by law.

 

B.  Either party may change the address to which notice or payment is to be sent by written notice to the other in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph.

 

8.  PATENTS, TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS

A.  LICENSOR shall seek, obtain and, during the Term of this Agreement, maintain in its own name and at its own expense, appropriate protection for the Trademarks, and LICENSOR shall retain all right, title and interest in the Trademarks as well as any modifications made to the Trademarks by LICENSEE.  LICENSEE agrees that its use of the Trademarks inures to the benefit of LICENSOR and that the LICENSEE shall not acquire any rights in the Trademarks.

 

B.  The parties agree to execute any documents reasonably requested by the other party to effect any of the above provisions.

 

C.  LICENSEE acknowledges LICENSOR's exclusive rights in the Trademarks and, further, acknowledges that the Trademarks are unique and original to LICENSOR and that LICENSOR is the owner thereof.  LICENSEE shall not, at any time during or after the effective Term of the Agreement dispute or contest, directly or indirectly, LICENSOR's exclusive right and title to the Trademarks or the validity thereof.  LICENSOR, however, makes no representation or warranty with respect to the validity of any patent, trademark or copyright which may issue or be granted therefrom.

 

9.  TERMINATION OR EXPIRATION

A.        In addition to the termination rights that may be provided elsewhere in this Agreement, either party may terminate this Agreement upon thirty (30) days written notice to the other party in the event of a breach of a material provision of this Agreement by the other party, provided that, during the thirty (30) day period, the breaching party fails to cure such breach.  Upon expiration or termination, all Royalty obligations, including any unpaid portions of the Guaranteed Minimum Royalty, shall be accelerated and shall immediately become due and payable, and LICENSEE's obligations for the payment of a Royalty and the Guaranteed Minimum Royalty shall survive expiration or termination of this Agreement and will continue for so long as LICENSEE continues to manufacture, sell or otherwise market the Licensed Products.

 

B.        Upon expiration or termination, LICENSEE shall provide LICENSOR with a complete schedule of all inventory of Licensed Products then on-hand (the "Inventory").

 

C.  Upon expiration or termination, except for reason of a breach of LICENSEE's duty to comply with the quality control or legal notice marking requirements, LICENSEE shall be entitled, for an additional period of three (3) months and on a nonexclusive basis, to continue to sell such Inventory.  Such sales shall be made subject to all of the provisions of this Agreement and to an accounting for and the payment of a Royalty thereon, due and paid within thirty (30) days after the close of the three (3) month period.

 

D.  Upon the expiration or termination of this Agreement, all of the rights of LICENSEE under this Agreement shall terminate and immediately revert to LICENSOR and LICENSEE shall immediately discontinue all use of the Trademarks at no cost whatsoever to LICENSOR, and LICENSEE shall immediately return to LICENSOR all material relating to the Trademarks including at no cost to LICENSOR.

          

10.  GOOD WILL

LICENSEE recognizes the value of the good will associated with the Trademarks and acknowledges that the Trademarks and all rights therein including the good will pertaining thereto, belong exclusively to LICENSOR. 

 

11.  INFRINGEMENTS

If an action for infringement of the rights licensed in this Agreement is brought, each party shall execute all papers, testify on all matters, and otherwise cooperate in every way necessary and desirable for the prosecution of any such lawsuit.

 

12.  INDEMNITY

LICENSEE agrees to defend and indemnify LICENSOR, its officers, directors, agents and employees, against all costs, expenses and losses (including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs) incurred through claims of third parties against LICENSOR based on the manufacture or sale of the Licensed Products including, but not limited to, actions founded on product liability. 

 

13.  INSURANCE

LICENSEE shall, throughout the Term of the Agreement, obtain and maintain at its own cost and expense from a qualified insurance company licensed to do business in California, standard Product Liability Insurance naming LICENSOR as an additional named insured.  Such policy shall provide protection against any and all claims, demands and causes of action arising out of any defects or failure to perform, alleged or otherwise, of the Licensed Products or any material used in connection therewith or any use thereof.  The amount of coverage shall be a $10 million combined single limit for each single occurrence for bodily image and/or property damage.  The policy shall provide for ten (10) days notice to LICENSOR from the insurer by Registered or Certified Mail, return receipt requested, in the event of any modification, cancellation or termination thereof.  LICENSEE agrees to furnish LICENSOR a certificate of insurance evidencing same within thirty (30) days after execution of this Agreement and, in no event shall LICENSEE manufacture, distribute or sell the Licensed Products prior to receipt by LICENSOR of such evidence of insurance.

 

14.  JURISDICTION AND DISPUTES

A.  This Agreement shall be governed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, United States of America.

 

B.  Any controversy, claim or dispute arising out of or relating to this Agreement or the breach, termination, enforcement, interpretation or validity thereof, including the determination of the scope or applicability of this agreement to arbitrate (except at the option of either party for any application for injunctive relief) shall be finally settled by arbitration in Los Angeles County, California under the rules of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) before one arbitrator and judgment upon the award rendered may be entered in any court having jurisdiction.  In this regard, the parties submit to the personal subject matter jurisdiction of the State of California.  The arbitration provisions of this Section shall be interpreted according to, and governed by, the Federal Arbitration Act, and any action to enforce any rights hereunder shall be brought exclusively in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.  EACH PARTY HERETO KNOWINGLY, VOLUNTARILY AND INTENTIONALLY WAIVES ANY RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY OF ANY DISPUTE RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT AND AGREES THAT ANY SUCH ACTION SHALL BE ADJUDICATED BY AN ARBITRATOR AND WITHOUT A JURY.

 

C.  The parties may mutually agree upon any procedure for appointing the arbitrator and shall inform the AAA administrator as to such procedure; however, if within 45 days after the commencement of the arbitration, all of the parties have not mutually agreed on a procedure for appointing the arbitrator or have not mutually agreed on the designation of the arbitrator, the AAA administrator shall unilaterally appoint and designate the presiding arbitrator.

 

D.  If a party fails to file a statement of defense within the time established by the tribunal without showing sufficient cause for such failure, as determined by the tribunal, or if a party, duly notified, fails to appear at a hearing without showing sufficient cause for such failure, as determined by the tribunal, the tribunal may proceed with the arbitration; or if a party, duly invited to produce evidence or take any other steps in the proceedings fails to do so within the time established by the tribunal without showing sufficient cause for such failure, as determined by the tribunal, the tribunal may make the award on the evidence before it.

 

E.  The arbitrator may, in the Award, allocate all or part of the costs of the arbitration, including the fees of the arbitrator and the reasonable attorneys’ fees of the prevailing party.

 

15.  AGREEMENT BINDING ON SUCCESSORS

The provisions of this Agreement shall be binding on and shall inure to the benefit of the parties hereto, and their heirs, administrators, successors, and assigns.

 

16.  WAIVER

No waiver by either party of any default shall be deemed as a waiver of prior or subsequent default of the same or other provisions of this Agreement.

 

17.  SEVERABILITY

If any term, clause, or provision hereof is held invalid or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the validity or operation of any other term, clause or provision and such invalid term, clause or provision shall be deemed to be severed from the Agreement.

 

18.  NO JOINT VENTURE

Nothing contained herein shall constitute this arrangement to be employment, a joint venture or a partnership.

 

19.  ASSIGNABILITY

The license granted hereunder is personal to LICENSEE and shall not be assigned by any act of LICENSEE or by operation of law unless in connection with a transfer of substantially all of the assets of LICENSEE or with the consent of LICENSOR.

 

20.  GOVERNMENTAL APPROVAL

As promptly as possible after execution of this Agreement, LICENSEE agrees to submit copies of this Agreement to any governmental agency in any country in the Territory where approval of a license agreement is necessary and agrees to promptly prosecute any such application diligently.  This Agreement shall only become effective in such country or countries upon receipt of appropriate approval from the applicable governmental agency.

 

21.  INTEGRATION

This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the parties, and revokes and supersedes all prior agreements between the parties, including any option agreements which may have been entered into between the parties, and is intended as a final expression of their Agreement.  It shall not be modified or amended except in writing signed by the parties hereto and specifically referring to this Agreement.  This Agreement shall take precedence over any other documents which may be in conflict with said Agreement.

 

22.  AMENDMENTS

Any amendment to this Agreement must be in writing and signed by an authorized person of each party.

 

 

 

 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto, intending to be legally bound hereby, have each caused to be affixed hereto its or his/her hand and seal the day indicated.

 

[INSERT NAME OF LICENSOR]  [INSERT NAME OF LICENSEE]

 

By:                                                         By: 

Title:                                              Title: 

Date:                                            Date: 

 

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발명진흥법 제12(직무발명 완성사실의 통지) 종업원등이 직무발명을 완성한 경우에는 지체 없이 그 사실을 사용자등에게 문서로 알려야 한다. 2명 이상의 종업원등이 공동으로 직무발명을 완성한 경우에는 공동으로 알려야 한다.

l  발명진흥법에는 위반 시 법적 효과에 관한 규정 없음

l  발명진흥법상 벌칙조항 적용대상 해당하지 않음   

l  대법원 판례 업무상배임죄에 대한 주관적 구성요건 - 직무발명자의 신고의무 근거로 판시함, 위반 시 업무상배임죄 해당할 수 있음   

 

발명진흥법 제13(승계 여부의 통지) ① 제12조에 따라 통지를 받은 사용자등(국가나 지방자치단체는 제외한다)은 대통령령으로 정하는 기간에 그 발명에 대한 권리의 승계 여부를 종업원등에게 문서로 알려야 한다. 다만, 미리 사용자등에게 특허등을 받을 수 있는 권리나 특허권등을 승계시키거나 사용자등을 위하여 전용실시권을 설정하도록 하는 계약이나 근무규정이 없는 경우에는 사용자등이 종업원등의 의사와 다르게 그 발명에 대한 권리의 승계를 주장할 수 없다.

② 제1항에 따른 기간에 사용자등이 그 발명에 대한 권리의 승계 의사를 알린 때에는 그때부터 그 발명에 대한 권리는 사용자등에게 승계된 것으로 본다.

③ 사용자등이 제1항에 따른 기간에 승계 여부를 알리지 아니한 경우에는 사용자등은 그 발명에 대한 권리의 승계를 포기한 것으로 본다. 이 경우 사용자등은 제10조제1항에도 불구하고 그 발명을 한 종업원등의 동의를 받지 아니하고는 통상실시권을 가질 수 없다.

l  사용자가 제1항의 직무발명 승계여부를 통지할 의무 위반 시 제3항에서 법적 효과 규정 직무발명에 관한 권리 승계 포기 간주함  

l  3항 제2문에서 사용자에게 무상의 통상실시권까지 박탈한다고 규정

l  승계 통지를 하지 않는 사용자는 종업원 발명자에게 별도의 동의를 받아야만 무상의 통상실시권 보유할 수 있음

l  사용자의 승계 통지 위반 자체는 벌칙이나 과태료 적용 대상은 아님

 

발명진흥법 제15(직무발명에 대한 보상) ① 종업원등은 직무발명에 대하여 특허등을 받을 수 있는 권리나 특허권등을 계약이나 근무규정에 따라 사용자등에게 승계하게 하거나 전용실시권을 설정한 경우에는 정당한 보상을 받을 권리를 가진다.

② 사용자등은 제1항에 따른 보상에 대하여 보상형태와 보상액을 결정하기 위한 기준, 지급방법 등이 명시된 보상규정을 작성하고 종업원등에게 문서로 알려야 한다.

③ 사용자등은 제2항에 따른 보상규정의 작성 또는 변경에 관하여 종업원등과 협의하여야 한다. 다만, 보상규정을 종업원등에게 불리하게 변경하는 경우에는 해당 계약 또는 규정의 적용을 받는 종업원등의 과반수의 동의를 받아야 한다.

④ 사용자등은 제1항에 따른 보상을 받을 종업원등에게 제2항에 따른 보상규정에 따라 결정된 보상액 등 보상의 구체적 사항을 문서로 알려야 한다.

⑤ 사용자등이 제3항에 따라 협의하여야 하거나 동의를 받아야 하는 종업원등의 범위, 절차 등 필요한 사항은 대통령령으로 정한다.

 

사용자등이 제2항부터 제4항까지의 규정에 따라 종업원등에게 보상한 경우에는 정당한 보상을 한 것으로 본다. 다만, 그 보상액이 직무발명에 의하여 사용자등이 얻을 이익과 그 발명의 완성에 사용자등과 종업원등이 공헌한 정도를 고려하지 아니한 경우에는 그러하지 아니하다.

l  2, 3, 4항의 의무 이행 시 제6항에서 법적 효과 규정 사용자가 보상규정에 따라 보상한 것을 법률상 정당한 보상으로 간주함

l  다만 단서 조항에서 그 보상규정은 사용자의 이익과 발명자의 공헌도를 고려해야 한다고 제한을 두고 있음

l  단서조항의 함의 직무발명 실시로 사용자가 얻을 이익을 고려해야 한다고 규정한 것으로, 그와 같은 상황에 보상하는 소위 실적보상 규정을 반드시 두어야 한다는 의미로 해석됨

l  즉 단서 조항에서 실적보상 규정에 따른 보상이 아니라면 정당한 보상으로 보지 않는다는 의미    

l  6항 본문의 반대 해석 - 2, 3, 4항의 의무 위반 시 정당한 보상 아님

l  2, 3, 4항의 의무 위반 사용자에게 벌칙이나 과태료 적용 대상 아님

l  법조항은 명시적으로 의무부과 표현으로 되어 있으나 그 의무불이행, 법조항 위반 시 제재수단은 없음

l  결국 강제력 없음. 다만 이행한 사용자에게 정당한 보상으로 간주한다는 일정한 이익을 부여하는 방식의 규정임  

 

⑦ 공무원의 직무발명에 대하여 제10조제2항에 따라 국가나 지방자치단체가 그 권리를 승계한 경우에는 정당한 보상을 하여야 한다. 이 경우 보상금의 지급에 필요한 사항은 대통령령이나 조례로 정한다.

 

16(출원 유보시의 보상) 사용자등은 직무발명에 대한 권리를 승계한 후 출원하지 아니하거나 출원을 포기 또는 취하하는 경우에도 제15조에 따라 정당한 보상을 하여야 한다. 이 경우 그 발명에 대한 보상액을 결정할 때에는 그 발명이 산업재산권으로 보호되었더라면 종업원등이 받을 수 있었던 경제적 이익을 고려하여야 한다.

l  사용자에게 의무부과 표현 BUT 직무발명자의 권리조항

 

발명진흥법 제19(비밀유지의 의무) ① 종업원등은 사용자등이 직무발명을 출원할 때까지 그 발명의 내용에 관한 비밀을 유지하여야 한다. 다만, 사용자등이 승계하지 아니하기로 확정된 경우에는 그러하지 아니하다. ② 제18조제3항에 따라 자문위원으로 심의위원회에 참여하거나 참여하였던 사람은 직무상 알게 된 직무발명에 관한 내용을 다른 사람에게 누설하여서는 아니 된다.

l  종업원의 비밀유지 의무조항 - 위반 시 아래와 같이 벌칙, 과태료 대상

l  발명진흥법에서 제19조만이 위반 행위에 대한 유일한 처벌 대상

 

발명진흥법 58(벌칙) 19조를 위반하여 부정한 이익을 얻거나 사용자등에 손해를 가할 목적으로 직무발명의 내용을 공개한 자에 대하여는 3년 이하의 징역 또는 3천만원 이하의 벌금에 처한다. ② 제1항의 죄는 사용자등의 고소가 있어야 공소를 제기할 수 있다.

l  종업원의 비밀유지 의무 위반 시 형사처벌

l  목적범 규정 사용자에게 손해를 가할 목적으로 공개해야 함

 

발명진흥법 59(벌칙 적용에서 공무원 의제) ① 위원회 위원으로서 공무원이 아닌 사람, 정보화전문기관, 특허기술사업화알선센터 및 한국발명진흥회의 임직원은 「형법」과 그 밖의 법률에 따른 벌칙을 적용할 때에는 공무원으로 본다. ② 특허청장이 이 법에 따라 업무를 위탁한 기관(정보화전문기관 및 한국발명진흥회는 제외한다)의 임직원(위탁받은 업무에 종사하는 임직원으로 한정한다)은 「형법」 제129조부터 제132조까지의 규정을 적용할 때에는 공무원으로 본다.

 

발명진흥법 60(과태료) ① 다음 각 호의 어느 하나에 해당하는 자에게는 1천만원 이하의 과태료를 부과한다.

1. 18조제3항을 위반하여 심의위원회를 구성하지 아니하거나 심의하도록 하지 아니한 자

2. 19조제2을 위반하여 자문위원으로 심의위원회에 참여하여 직무상 알게 된 직무발명에 관한 내용을 다른 사람에게 누설한 자

3. 삭제 <2015.5.18>

4. 23조제3항에 따른 등록을 하지 아니하고 같은 조 제5항을 위반하여 지역지식재산센터의 명칭을 사용한 자

5. 52조제5항을 위반하여 한국발명진흥회의 명칭을 사용한 자

 

KASAN_현행 발명진흥법의 직무발명 관련 규정에서 “하여야 한다” 등으로 의무부과 표현 법조항의 해석 및 실무적

 

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  조사위는 ESS 분야의 학계, 연구소, 시험인증기관 등 19명의 전문가로 구성하였으며, 23개 사고현장에 대한 조사와 자료분석, 76개 항목의 시험실증*을 거쳐 조사결과를 발표. * 한국산업기술시험원 등 9개 기관, 90명의 인원이 참여

 

      분석결과, 전체 23건의 화재사고 중 14건은 충전완료 후 대기중에 발생하였으며, 6건은 충방전 과정에서 났고, 설치·시공중에도 3건이 발생한 것을 확인.

 

      사고원인으로, 전기적 충격에 대한 배터리 보호시스템 미흡, 운영환경 관리 미흡, 설치 부주의, ESS 통합제어·보호체계 미흡 등 4가지 요인(참고1. 화재사고 원인조사 결과)을 확인하였고,

 

         일부 배터리 셀에서 제조상 결함을 발견하였으나, 이러한 결함을 모사한 실증에서 화재가 발생하진 않았다. 다만, 조사위는 제조결함이 있는 배터리가 가혹한 조건에서 장기간 사용되면 위험요소가 될 수 있다고 밝혔다.

 

 

첨부: 산자부 조사결과 보고 발표자료

1_ESS 화재사고 원인조사 결과.pdf

 

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15. MUTUAL INDEMNIFICATION AND INSURANCE.

15.1 Licensor’s Right to Indemnification.

Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, Licensee shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Licensor and its Affiliates, and their respective employees, officers, independent contractors, consultants or agents, and their respective successors, heirs and assigns and representatives (the “Licensor Indemnitees”), from and against any and all claims, threatened claims, damages, losses, suits, proceedings, liabilities, costs (including without limitation reasonable legal expenses, costs of litigation and reasonable attorneys’ fees) or judgments, whether for money or equitable relief, of any kind (“Losses and Claims”), to the extent arising out of or relating to, directly or indirectly:

(a) the negligence, recklessness or wrongful intentional acts or omissions of Licensee, its Affiliates and/or its Sublicensees and its or their respective employees, officers, independent contractors, consultants or agents, in connection with Licensee’s performance of its obligations or exercise of its rights under this Agreement;

(b) any breach by Licensee of any representation, warranty, covenant or obligation set forth in this Agreement; and/or

(c) the Development and/or Commercialization (including, without limitations, the promotion, advertising, offering for sale, sale or other disposition), transfer, importation or exportation, labeling, handling storage, use of, exposure to any Licensed Products actually conducted by or for Licensee or any of its Affiliates, Sublicensees, agents and independent contractors (in each case, excluding any Development, Manufacture or Commercialization activities carried out by and/or on behalf of Licensor either within the Territory or outside the Territory); except in each such case for Losses and Claims to the extent reasonably attributable to any negligence, recklessness, wrongful or intentional acts or omissions, or breach of this Agreement by Licensor or a Licensor Indemnitee.

 

15.2 Licensee’s Right to Indemnification.

Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, Licensor shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Licensee and its Affiliates, and their respective employees, officers, independent contractors, consultants or agents, and their respective successors, heirs and assigns and representatives (the “Licensee Indemnitees”), from and against any and all Losses and Claims, to the extent arising out of or relating to, directly or indirectly:

(a) the negligence, recklessness or wrongful intentional acts or omissions of Licensor, its Affiliates and/or its Sublicensees and its or their respective employees, officers, independent contractors, consultants or agents, in connection with Licensor’s performance of its obligations or exercise of its rights under this Agreement;

(b) any breach by Licensor of any representation, warranty, covenant or obligation set forth in this Agreement; and/or

(c) the Development and/or Commercialization (including without limitation promotion, advertising, offering for sale, sale or other disposition), transfer, importation or exportation, labeling, handling storage, use of, exposure to any Licensed Products actually conducted by or for Licensor or any of its Affiliates, Sublicensees, agents and independent contractors within or outside the Territory (in each case, excluding any Development or Commercialization activities carried out by Licensee or on behalf of Licensee at ALLERGAN’s direction hereunder either within or outside the Territory; provided that, notwithstanding anything to the contrary, Development or Commercialization activities commenced or performed before the Closing Date shall not be considered activities carried out by, for or on behalf of Licensee for the purposes of this indemnification obligation);

(d) subject to Section 15.5, the practice of the Licensed Intellectual Property in connection with the Licensed Products violates, infringes upon, or misappropriates the intellectual property rights of any Third Party; and

(e) personal injury or death, or any damage to any property, was caused by a defect in any Licensed Products manufactured by or for Licensor; except in each such case for Losses and Claims to the extent reasonably attributable to any negligence, recklessness, wrongful or intentional acts or omissions, or breach of this Agreement by Licensee or an Licensee Indemnitee.

 

15.3 Process for Indemnification.

A Party’s obligation to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the other Party under this Article 13 shall be conditioned upon the following:

(a) A Party seeking indemnification under this Article (the “Indemnitee”) shall give prompt written notice of the claim to the other Party (the “Indemnitor”). Failure to promptly notify the Indemnitor of any such claim shall not relieve the Indemnitor of any such duty to so indemnify except to the extent that the Indemnitor can demonstrate actual loss and prejudice as a result of such failure.

 

(b) Each Party shall furnish promptly to the other Party copies of all papers and official documents received in respect of any Losses and Claims. Failure to promptly furnish the other Party with such papers and official documents shall not relieve the other Party of any duty to indemnify except to the extent that the other Party can demonstrate actual loss and prejudice as a result of such failure. The Indemnitee shall cooperate as requested by the Indemnitor in the defense against any Losses and Claims.

 

(c) The Indemnitor shall have the right to assume and control the defense of the indemnification claim, including any settlement of such claim, at its own expense with counsel selected by the Indemnitor and reasonably acceptable to the Indemnitee. The Indemnitee may participate in and monitor such defense with counsel of its own choosing at its sole expense. The Indemnitor shall not settle or compromise the indemnification claim in any manner which would have an adverse effect on the Indemnitee’s interests (including without limitation in relation to the scope or enforceability of the Licensor Patent Rights or Licensor Know-How, or Confidential Information or Patent or other rights licensed to Licensee by Licensor hereunder), without the prior written consent of the Indemnitee, which consent, in each case, shall not be unreasonably withheld, delayed or conditioned. The Indemnitee shall reasonably cooperate with the Indemnitor at the Indemnitor’s expense and shall make available to the Indemnitor all pertinent information under the control of the Indemnitee.

 

(d) If the Indemnitor does not assume and conduct the defense of the claim as provided above, (i) the Indemnitee may defend against, consent to the entry of any judgment, or enter into any settlement with respect to such claim in any manner the Indemnitee may deem reasonably appropriate (and the Indemnitee need not consult with, or obtain any consent from, the Indemnitor in connection therewith), and (ii) the Indemnitor shall remain responsible to indemnify the Indemnitee as provided in this Article.

 

15.4 Insurance.

(a) During the Term and for three (3) years thereafter, Licensee, at its sole expense, shall maintain such types and amounts of insurance coverage relating to product liability (including without limitation, premises operations, completed operations and broad form contractual liability) that is comparable in type and amount to the insurance customarily maintained by pharmaceutical companies with respect to similar prescription pharmaceutical products that are marketed, distributed and sold, and which names Licensor as an additional insured Party, as its interests may appear.

 

(b) During the Term and for three (3) years thereafter, Licensor, at its sole expense, shall maintain such types and amounts of insurance coverage relating to product liability (including without limitation, premises operations, completed operations and broad form contractual liability) that is comparable in type and amount to the insurance customarily maintained by pharmaceutical companies with respect to similar prescription pharmaceutical products that are marketed, distributed and sold, and which names Licensee as an additional insured Party, as its interests may appear.

 

15.5 Limitation on Certain Indemnities.

Notwithstanding Licensor’s indemnification obligations under Section 15.2, in the event of Losses and Claims arising out of Section 15.2(d), Licensee shall recover from Licensor such Losses and Claims from fifty percent (50%) of the sum of all payments made by Licensee to Licensor prior to the date of the award of such Losses and Claims, not including the Up-Front Payment pursuant to Section 8.1, and, in the event that such awarded Losses and Claims exceed such amount, Licensee may deduct any such excess Losses and Claims from payments due by Licensee to Licensor after the date of the award of such Losses and Claim, up to a maximum of fifty percent (50%) of each such payment, until Licensee has been compensated in full for all such awarded Losses and Claims.

 

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