• Posts Tagged ‘exclusive license’

    How to Do an E-Signature Right

    by  • May 2, 2013 • copyright • 2 Comments

    For a two-week period of time, from July 16, 2012 through August 8, 2012, Craigslist presented users with the following statement when submitting a post: Clicking “Continue” confirms that craigslist is the exclusive licensee of this content, with the exclusive right to enforce copyrights against anyone copying, republishing, distributing or preparing derivative works without...

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    The Benefit of the Bargain

    by  • April 25, 2013 • copyright, trademark • 1 Comment

    We routinely include arbitration provisions in agreements and I often wonder whether an arbitration is really any easier or cheaper than litigation. But what I didn’t realize before was how much latitude arbitrators have in what they can award, including, in this case, reforming the contract to grant a license far beyond what either...

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