Sublicense Agreements

In the absence of such an express requirement in a licensing agreement, I am experienced that the licensee may enter into a sub-licensing agreement without the participation of the licensor. Subject to the other terms of this sublicense, the Linux Foundation grants the sublicensee a worldwide, non-exclusive, non-permanent, non-transferable sublicense for the use of the sublicense and goodwill in the form set out in the Application Authorization Statement (this form the authorized use), in connection with the authorized goods/services indicated in the Declaration of Authorization for Use (if authorized goods) or are provided by or on behalf of the subcontractor (if authorized services are authorized). 4.1 The Linux Foundation warrants that it has the right to sublicense in the United States and wherever Mr. Torvalds owns the trademark. THE Linux Foundation MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF COMMERCIALITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE (e.g. B THAT THE AUTHORIZED GOODS/SERVICES THAT ARE SUBJECT TO THE SUB-BRAND CONFORM TO ANY STANDARDS) AND ANY WARRANTIES RELATING TO THE NON-SUBMISSION OF THE MARK, THE SUB-BRANDED SUB-LICENSE OR THE GOODS/PRODUCTS AUTHORIZED/DI THE SERVICES THAT BEAR THE TRADEMARK AND/OR SUB-LICENSE. In this Contract Corner, we highlight a reflection on the formulation of sublicense clauses in the context of an intellectual license. . . .