Licensing Agreement

What is an Licensing Agreement

Licensing Agreements allow a person or business to monetize their intellectual property (IP), like a trademark, copyright or patent. A Licensing Agreement allows the owner of the IP (known as the “licensor”) to sell or lease their usage rights to others (known as the “licensees”). These Agreements are also used to provide exclusivity rights to the licensee, such as exclusive use of the IP over a given location or time frame.


  • Project kick-off call to gather information, advise you, and answer questions

  • One customized Licensing Agreement

  • One round of minor revisions if necessary

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What is the process?

  1. Book a call. Pick a time to discuss your Licensing Agreement with a Good Lawyer.

  2. Design your Agreement. Help your lawyer understand your situation and how you want to use the Agreement. Your lawyer will use this info to draft your customized Licensing Agreement.

  3. Review your Agreement. You’ll have a chance to review your newly drafted contract and request any minor revisions if necessary.

  4. Receive your Agreement. Receive the final, digital copy of the Licensing Agreement ready to sign and use.

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