A business can depend on the software it uses – so understanding how it’s licensed is a crucial aspect, and one that is also often misunderstood.
Usually, a software licence covers:
- What is being licensed and for how long
- The scope of the licence
- Any restriction on use
- The equipment on which it can be used
- Acceptance provisions
- Payment terms
- Intellectual property rights
- Limitation liability
- Warranties and indemnities.
We’re very experienced at revising and drafting all kinds of software licenses. And if you’ve been given a licence to sign, we can talk you through its implications so you know exactly where you stand.
To find out more
If you want to find out more about how you can protect your software licenses, get in touch with us.