IPAG recommends the following model agreements, which can be used at different stages of technology research and marketing transactions. These agreements are available in English and German. These include dispute resolution clauses relating to WIPO mediation and WIPO Expedited Arbitration. Intellectual property marketing: however, divestiture agreements dealing with divestiture agreements in the area of divestiture may also have their advantages. If you cede the intellectual property to a third party, you are no longer responsible for the product. This means that you generally cannot be sued for problems related to your IP and that they are not responsible for maintenance costs. Intellectual property transfer is generally more appropriate when you sell your business or leave a field altogether. Under an intellectual property licensing agreement (also known as an intellectual property license or intellectual property license), you retain ownership of your patent, copyright or trademark, but you allow another party to use some or all of your intellectual property rights for a specified period of time for a fee or licence fee. These IP contracts generally set termination dates and procedures. Please read the legal disclaimer in case of www.ipag.at/projekt/download before using the IPAG model agreements. Copyright infringements are the reproduction, distribution, display or performance of a work or the production of derivative works without the permission of the copyright holder, who is usually a publishing house or other company represented or assigned by the author of the work.
It is often referred to as „piracy.“  While copyright is created at the time a work is set, the copyright holder can generally only receive damages if the owner registers the copyright. [Citation required] The application of copyright is generally the responsibility of the copyright holder.  The ActA trade agreement signed in May 2011 by the United States, Japan, Switzerland and the EU, which did not enter into force, requires its parties to add criminal sanctions, including imprisonment and fines, for copyright and trademark infringement, and require the parties to take active action in the event of infringement.   There are restrictions and exceptions to copyright that allow for limited use of copyrighted works, which is not a violation. Examples of such doctrines are the fair and equitable use of doctrine. In certain circumstances, a tacit IP licence is created without the existence of a formal licensing agreement, where the conduct of the parties indicates that the IP right holder wanted to license to the other party.