Some sublicensings are processed in a license provision called authorized user, and your license does not contain clauses for both terms. Some sublicensings are media-specific – for example, the sublicensing allows you to publish licensed content on your MyFace page. At the end of the day, it is about ensuring that, regardless of the terminology used, all necessary sub-licences are included in the licence. Look for “sublicensings” in the following clauses: rights granted; Authorized users; Authorized uses; Authorized site; Use Use restrictions. License (close) A license for the use of an IP right within a defined time frame, context, market line or area. There are important distinctions between exclusive and non-exclusive licenses. An exclusive license is “exclusive” for a defined area, i.e. the license may not be the only license granted for a particular IP asset, as there may be many possible fields and areas of use that may also be subject to an exclusive license. By granting an exclusive license, the licensee promises that it will not grant other licences to the same rights in the same area or field that falls under the exclusive license. The IP rights holder may also grant any number of non-exclusive licences covering rights to a defined extent.
A patent license is a transfer of rights that is not limited to a patent assignment. A brand or service mark can only be validly granted if the licensee controls the nature and quality of the services the licensee sells under the licensee brand. According to copyright, an exclusive licensee holds a particular copyright, and can sue for infringement of the licence fee. There is never more than one copyright on a work, regardless of the owner`s exclusive license for various rights to different people. The granting of rights determines the permitted uses. Both the licensee and the licensee must consider what types of authorized uses are useful with respect to the content in question. A licensee would arise, for example. B: What are the necessary uses for licensed online content? Do you need to be able to display, reproduce, store or store copies of electronic content (i.e. on a hard drive or other digital information medium)? What about the ability to search, search, search, view, view, download, print, electronically send to others, send an email to yourself or a colleague, to a website, website, social networking website, Intranet, Extranet, LAN, WAN or any other closed network (or to a password-protected website)? These are all things that can be dealt with in your agreement. A licence must clearly state the names of the two parties entering the licence. If this is not the case in the preamble, it is important that the license contains the parties` credentials, preferably at the beginning of the agreement.
It can also be included in the “Communications” clause in Chapter 6. It`s easy to get overboard when you`re asking for guarantees and benefits. It is not reasonable for one of the parties to require or pay an iron guarantee allowance that is not determinative of the licensing and necessary use of licensed content. If you are developing your museum`s first licensing policy, it can be difficult to include museum guidelines in each clause, and this task can actually be overwhelming. Since you`re likely to have a few digital licensing agreements already, check these licenses and see what your museum has learned from them and what can be useful in your policy. First of all, your policy can only deal with certain clauses, but since your policy is a live document, update it and post information that reflects the experience being licensed in your museum. Museum as a licensee: Before asking a licensee to monitor the use of the content, make sure they are essential or, at the very least, very important for licensing.