We give you peace of mind that you are protected and will receive everything agreed upon when entering into a License arrangement.
Licensing Agreements are critical to assure you receive the money (or other negotiated entity) required when you agreed to work with another party.
Too often, what was "meant" by the IP Owner is not what is actually written into the contract. And as you know, if it's not written down, it won't happen.
The Dennen IP Law Team has your interests, and only your interests, at the forefront when witting your License Agreement.
Loopholes won't be an issue when you enlist the Dennen IP Law Team: a professional; experienced; dedicated Team that draws on all laws applicable to your specific case.
Licensing law relates to the authorized use of a copyrighted work. ... Licenses are granted by the owner of Intellectual Property (IP), usually in exchange for a fee, to authorize another person to use that work. - Source
Whenever any original work or art, literature, or music is fixed in a tangible medium (i.e., written down, painted, recorded, etc.) it is automatically copyrighted in the name of the creator. The creator now owns certain intangible property rights in the work called intellectual property rights. Although there are mechanisms to register this copyright, these are not mandatory to creating the copyright. A copyright means that nobody else may reproduce the work or make derivative works (unless they fall under "fair use" exceptions) without first obtaining a license.
Licenses are granted by the owner of intellectual property, usually in exchange for a fee, to authorize another person to use that work. Examples of licensed uses of copyrighted works include republishing a photograph, using someone's song on a TV show or movie soundtrack, or republishing a portion of someone's book or news article. In all of these events, the owner of the copyrighted work can allow someone else to use the intellectual property, but retains the ultimate ownership of the original work through the application of licensing law. Licenses can dictate the number of copies made, where the work will be used, whether it can be re-used, and most other issues that could come up with the use of the intellectual property.