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I am sorry for spamming this forum with legal stuff, but as this is the most visited forum maybe someone more clever than me will be able help to untangle the following sentence:

"The Designer will promptly execute any and all documents related to any claim of Intellectual Property rendered for the Designer’s signature by the Company so as to permit prompt filing in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office."

I struggle with the words "rendered for the Designer’s signature by the Company". I think it is a very rare and confusing expression.

Thanks for any tips.
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Hi,

"The Designer will promptly execute any and all documents related to any claim of Intellectual Property rendered for the Designer’s signature by the Company so as to permit prompt filing in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office."

I struggle with the words "rendered for the Designer’s signature by the Company". I think it is a very rare and confusing expression.

I'm not a lawyer. To me, this phrase simply means 'given to the Designer by the Company, for the Designer to sign them'. Yes, it's an awkward way to say it. That's how lawyers make their living.

Best wishes, Clive
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Clive, thank you very much.

Regards,

Anonymous alias Petr from Czech Republic Emotion: smile