The Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BPTO) and the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) launched during a workshop at the Federal University of Mina Gerais, the Lambert Toolkit, that contains samples of contracts for technology transfer in Brazil.
The Lambert Toolkit is an instrument created by the British government to facilitate cooperation agreements for development and technology transfer between universities and companies. The initiative also aims to reduce time, money and effort required to secure these agreements and provide examples of best practice.
The kits, which have been translated and adapted to the Brazilian legislation, are included in a cooperation agreement signed between the BPTO and UKIPO.
The Lambert Toolkit will be available soon (in Portuguese) at the British Government website https://www.gov.uk/.
*Translated and adapted from the BPTO’s official webpage. You can check the official publication (in Portuguese) here