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Creators of "original works of authorship" are protected by copyright, which under federal law encompasses both published and unpublished literary, musical and artistic works. A company or licensor that possesses exclusive rights to copyrighted artwork, for example, can transfer certain rights to a third party by way of a license. A non-exclusive copyright license agreement allows the licensee to use (but not own) an owner's creative works. Licensing can help a company obtain the rights needed to sell or manufacture its own products effectively and easily while also lending licensees an established image. As companies amass intellectual property, which can be expensive to maintain, licensing can help their bottom line immediately by generating revenue and decreasing costs.
With a properly-drafted LegalZoom Copyright License Agreement (Artwork), a licensee will document how the art will be used and the extent of its incorporation into a publication or other work and you will know that your rights are protected.
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