2. Reservations – Restrictions. Any restrictions for the purposes for which the licensee may use the IP rights granted. Check your consent and see which uses are expressly permitted. Are there any missing uses? You need to include some of these forgotten uses/rights? What is your “normal” use of content? What about the future use of this content, does the license provide for it, or do you have to return the content owner for further approval? Do you intend to post content on flickr, YouTube or other social networking sites, and do you need additional rights? With the rights granted to you, can you continue to play a regular role in providing content to your collaborators and researchers and possibly to the general public? 4. Recognition. Recognition of the exclusive rights of the IP owner and the licensee`s consent not to question these rights. A licensing agreement can cover any of the following issues: Museum as a licensee: If your resource centre deals with ILL, you can negotiate an ILL clause in your license. Export rules are important for operations in which the technology is exported from the United States. All exports must comply with U.S. export control laws and regulations, particularly products and ips that may be used militarily. This is an issue outside the scope of this chapter, but as a point on the checklist, he warns the negotiator that this is a subject that needs to be taken into consideration. Other countries may have laws dealing with the same subject or issues, or register the final agreement with the government.
It is also a jog of memory for the negotiator. From the proprietary licence, as nonexclusive______Whenever essential claim invalid______ In the event of a major disagreement over the terms of an agreement, the parties may take the issue of an arbitration procedure. Arbitration can be done in many different ways and it is easier to use the rules of arbitration in the agreement before there is a problem. Often, the license will indicate who owns the copyright in printed content, if any, and in all electronic content. Some licenses may have an effect on the fact that copyright remains with the owner of the content and that the licensee has the right to use the content (without copyright transfer) in accordance with the terms of the license.