Category «Licensing»

The Decline of DVD-by-Mail, or Further Thoughts on the Digital Death of Copyrights First Sale Doctrine

Prof. Annemarie Bridy comments on a dynamic new area of online copyright and licensing as she focuses on how Netflix is transitioning from an operating model that is clearly covered by an exception to copyright law to one that (very probably) requires permission for every content delivery.

Subjects: E-Commerce, Features, Internet Trends, Legal Research, Licensing

A Compilation of State Lawyer Licensing Databases

Trevor Rosen and Andrew Zimmerman’s updated guide focuses on websites that will help you determine whether a lawyer is currently licensed to practice in a particular state.

Subjects: Features, Legal Profession, Legal Research, Licensing

Deal or No Deal Licensing and Acquiring Digital Resources – Deal Breaking License Clauses

Kara Phillips reviews the top ten deal breaking components in license agreements, including: authorized users, damages, indemnification, perpetual access, pricing, privacy, multi-site licensing, and remote access.

Subjects: Deal or No Deal, Law Library Management, Library Software & Technology, Licensing

Technology and Policy Issues With Acquiring Digital Collections

Roger V. Skalbeck and Iva M. Futrell address issues raised with acquiring digital collections, including a discussion of two legal-specific digitization projects available to any sector that wants to acquire them, including firms, courts and universities.

Subjects: Law Library Management, Licensing

Deal or No Deal Licensing and Acquiring Digital Resources: License Negotiations

Kara Phillips describes how to apply the techniques and theories that are the foundation of a classic book on negotiation to the process of developing electronic licensing agreements that satisfy the requirements of all parties involved.

Subjects: Deal or No Deal, Electronic Subscriptions, Information Management, Law Librarians, Legal Research, Libraries & Librarians, Library Marketing, Licensing, Online Legal Research Services

CongressLine – The Proposed U.C.C. Article 2B – Pandora’s Box

The NCCUSL Website homepage states that its mission is to “promote uniformity in state law on all subjects where uniformity is desirable and practicable.” Work on Article 2B began in

Subjects: CongressLine, E-Commerce, Licensing