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Test The Waters, Where Possible. Sometimes the potential licensee may not have a prove track record in the space within which the licensed intellectual property will be applied. Such situations demand a delicate touch, asking the potential business partner to “prove-out” the concept under a limited license before engaging in a longer term deal. These situations are not limited to small companies breaking into the marketplace — larger companies seeking to penetrate a specific market may not have the expertise or experience in the specific market either. In fact, I would argue that addressing such circumstances with licenses of limited duration and scope is essential — this structure not only assists the licensor in testing a “proof of concept” with its new business partner, but limits any long-term exposure to a license that may not be able to live up to expectations (and, therefore, miss revenue projections and royalty income to the licensor). Be Careful With Exclusivity. Exclusivity in licensing should only be done after careful consideration has been paid to the potential licensee, the market and the licensor’s other intellectuals property obligations. This may come as a surprise to you, but I have personally dealt with situations where a lack of such care resulted in multiple exclusive licenses needing to be “unwound” by amendments so that the appropriate intellectual property rights were in place. Assuming any grant-back rights, as a general rule exclusivity basically hands a licensee a set of intellectual property rights that cannot be exercised by the licensor for the duration of the license. Tying the hands of the licensor under an exclusive license should be met with appropriate royalties, minimum guarantees and, in some cases, even upfront fees or advances depending upon the nature of the underlying deal. Further, additional responsibilities are placed upon the parties in exclusive licenses (i.e., joinder of the licensor in intellectual property infringement litigation). Sometimes a non-exclusive construct with specific restrictions may work equally well for the parties.
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