Sample Data License Agreement
The following provisions apply to NavTech data for and to the extent indicated for a licence area, including an EUROPA country, which may contain or reflect data from relevant third party licensors: To display standard confidentiality agreements, material transfer agreements or research cooperation agreements, please return to our page. Notice of Products Offered by Third Parties – In the case of an exclusive license granted in all or many areas, the licensee may first focus on a limited number of products or uses for the licensed technology. To support Harvard`s mission to promote the common good as much as possible by marketing its own technology at Harvard, Harvard may contain provisions similar to those in the link below, in order to encourage a licensee to develop products offered by third parties or to sublicense the licensee`s rights in Harvard patents to such a third party. to enable the development and commercialization of additional products. You wish to access sensitive data and information, and the Ministry agrees to provide you with such data and information under the terms set out in the Data License Agreement (“Agreement”). Access to innovation at Harvard should be as simple as possible. Our licensing agreements are fair and reasonable, and experienced OTD employees work with you to help you achieve your business goals. To give you an idea of how these licenses take shape, we are happy to provide you with a number of model agreements here. If you have any questions about these models, please contact us.
An agreement between the City of Fairfax (hereinafter referred to as the city or licensor) and the customer requesting the data (hereinafter referred to as the licensee), a license of Harvard`s own patent rights is subject to conditions similar to those set out in the form agreements in the links below. Some terms can be changed to address unique aspects of each situation. In particular, financial conditions shall be determined on the basis of the technology to be granted, the licensee`s business model and market standards in the sector in which the licensee operates. The following provisions apply to NavTech data for the license territory of Canada, which contains or may reflect the data of third party licensors, including Her Majesty the Queen, in the law of Canada (“Third Party Data”): Harvard also offers option agreements for companies considering licensing a technology from Harvard. An option agreement allows a company to “retain” a technology for a short period of time during which the company can continue to assess its potential or raise funds for product development without binding or Harvard to the obligations of a licensing agreement. . . .