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Business Licensing Law and Practice

ISBN13: 9780851216584
ISBN: 0851216587
Published: August 1992
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The combination of full precedents and practical guidance provided in this book makes it a must for the library of anyone involved in the preparation of business licensing agreements.

It includes precedents for licensing agreements on; patents, know-how, trademarks, service franchise, designs, copyright merchandising computer software and software marketing. These precedents each accompanied by a clause-by-clause commentary, and reflecting documents used in practice, will prove indispensable to a full understanding of the subject.

Taking full consideration of relevant legislation, including the UK Trade Marks Act 1994, the book illustrates the underlying principles behind business licensing agreements, and provides standard provisions with which to compare other documents. Furthermore, the book addresses the important issues which arise when drafting and negotiating business licensing agreements.

These include financial provisions, competition law implications and taxation issues. * Includes precedents with full commentary * Covers all the important issues involved in business licensing agreements * Provides practical guidance

Commercial Law
Part I - Introductory Chapterss1. General introduction to business licensing agreementss2. Outline of intellectual propertys3. Outline of contractual issuess4. Financial provisionss5. Competition law implicationss6. Taxation implicationssPart II - Precedents and Commentariess7. Patent licences8. Know-how licences9. Trade mark licences10. Computer software licences11. Design licences12. Character merchandising agreements13. Sponsorship agreements14. Franchise agreement.