8 tips for negotiating a licence agreement

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Kim Middleton & Daphne Aung Koffel

Licensing your creative work is a great opportunity but make sure you do it right, warn intellectual property lawyers.

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A licence grants a party the legal right to use a product owned by someone else. As a licensor or a licensee, here are some tips you should consider when negotiating your next licence agreement.

About the author

Kim Middleton is a Partner & Daphne Aung Koffel is a Senior Associate at Marque Lawyers Pty Ltd.