Licence Contracts

Licensors use license agreements to grant their licensees the right to use certain intellectual property, including software, trademarks, service marks, inventions, and patents. Besides the property being licensed and the royalty rates, license agreements can also include representations, warranties, termination provisions, terms of indemnification and dispute resolution clauses.

A license may be granted by a party (“licensor”) to another party (“licensee”) as an element of an agreement between those parties. ¬†Many licenses are valid for a particular length of time. This protects the licensor should the value of the license increase, or market conditions change. It also preserves enforceability by ensuring that no license extends beyond the term of the agreement. A license may stipulate what territory the rights pertain to. The Licenses may be renewable.

We at Juris Logium deal with the following types of Licenses

  • Patent license
  • Trademark License Agreement
  • Domain Name Assignment
  • Invention Assignment Agreement
  • Patent Application Assignment
  • Patent Assignment
  • Trademark Assignment
  • Trademark and brand licensing
  • Brand licensing
  • Copyright License Agreement
  • Artwork and character licensing
  • Compulsory license
  • Cross-licensing
  • Music licensing
  • Smartphone patent licensing and litigation
  • Software license
  • End User License Agreement
  • License Agreement
  • Manufacturing License Agreement
  • Master Use License Agreement
  • Software License Agreement

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