Commercial party

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The term "Commerical Party" is a broad term which can be used to describe any individual or group of commercial parties under a contract.

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Commercial party

Consultancy Agreement - Company appointing an individual consultant (not using a personal service company)

This template is to be used the next time your company needs to set out terms with an individual (i.e. not to be used for agreements involving a personal service company as defined within IR35). It sets out the terms on which a contractor provides services to a client company, and is perfect for freelance software developers, marketing consultants, designers, PR/HR/recruitment consultants.

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Variation to Collaboration Agreement (Lambert)

These agreements can be used when a new party joins the project. No variation to a model research collaboration agreement will be valid unless all the existing Parties agree to the variation in writing.

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Consortium Agreement C (each party takes own IP core to business)

Use this particular agreement if you'd like each party to take an assignment of IP in the results that are relevant and appropriate to their core business, and the ability to then exploit those results. Note: Where more than 2 parties are collaborating, we have 4 model consortium agreements to choose from. This agreement was drafted for use with Innovate UK’s Collaborative R&D Programme. With a few changes, you can adapt it to your circumstances. Consortium agreements A,B,C and D cover many of the circumstances that may arise between academic, institutional and industrial partners when carrying out research. Nonetheless, you should negotiate with the other parties to achieve consensus and a signed agreement before work on the project begins.

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Collaboration Agreement 4 (non-commercial rights)

Each of the 7 model research collaboration agreements from the Lambert Toolkit have a different approach on who can exploit the intellectual property from a project. In this particular agreement, agreement 4, the Institution has the right to use IP for non-commercial purposes.

Note: This collaboration agreement doesn't deal with joint ownership of intellectual property. For examples of joint ownership clauses, when 2 or more parties are collaborating, search Genie or Google for model consortium agreements Collaborator may negotiate for an assignment of some Institution IP.

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Consortium Agreement B (assign IP to lead)

Use this particular agreement if you'd like the other parties to assign their IP to the lead exploitation party who can then be granted exclusive licence. Note: Where more than 2 parties are collaborating, we have 4 model consortium agreements to choose from. This agreement was drafted for use with Innovate UK’s Collaborative R&D Programme. With a few changes, you can adapt it to your circumstances. Consortium agreements A,B,C and D cover many of the circumstances that may arise between academic, institutional and industrial partners when carrying out research. Nonetheless, you should negotiate with the other parties to achieve consensus and a signed agreement before work on the project begins.

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Consortium Agreement A (mutual non-exclusive license)

Use this particular agreement if you'd like each member of the consortium to own the IP of the results that they create. They grant each other party a non-exclusive licence to use those results for the purposes of the project and any other purpose. Note: Where more than 2 parties are collaborating, we have 4 model consortium agreements to choose from. Consortium agreements A,B,C and D cover many of the circumstances that may arise between academic, institutional and industrial partners when carrying out research. Nonetheless, you should negotiate with the other parties to achieve consensus and a signed agreement before work on the project begins.

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Collaboration Agreement 4A (mutual IP assignment)

Each of the 7 model research collaboration agreements from the Lambert Toolkit have a different approach on who can exploit the intellectual property from a project. In this particular agreement, agreement 4A, each party has the right to exploit certain results created during the project and takes assignment of those results. The Institution has right to use for academic and research purposed, and the Collaborator for research purposes.

Note: This collaboration agreement doesn't deal with joint ownership of intellectual property. For examples of joint ownership clauses, when 2 or more parties are collaborating, search Genie or Google for model consortium agreements Collaborator may negotiate for an assignment of some Institution IP

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Consortium Agreement D (own IP of results each party creates)

Use this particular agreement if you'd like each member of the consortium to own the IP in the results they create. They grant each other party a non-exclusive licence to use those results for the purposes of the project only. If any member of the consortium wishes to exploit another’s IP they must negotiate a license or assignment with the owner of that IP. Note: Where more than 2 parties are collaborating, we have 4 model consortium agreements to choose from. Consortium agreements A,B,C and D cover many of the circumstances that may arise between academic, institutional and industrial partners when carrying out research. Nonetheless, you should negotiate with the other parties to achieve consensus and a signed agreement before work on the project begins.

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Variation to Consortium Agreement (Lambert)

These agreements can be used when a new party joins the project. No variation to a model research consortium agreement will be valid unless all the existing Parties agree to the variation in writing.

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Collaboration Agreement 5 (contract research, restricted publication)

Each of the 7 model research collaboration agreements from the Lambert Toolkit have a different approach on who can exploit the intellectual property from a project. In this particular agreement, agreement 5, there can be no publication by the Institution without the Collaborator’s permission.

Note: This collaboration agreement doesn't deal with joint ownership of intellectual property. For examples of joint ownership clauses, when 2 or more parties are collaborating, search Genie or Google for model consortium agreements Collaborator may negotiate for an assignment of some Institution IP

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Collaboration Agreement 6 (institution has research rights only)

Each of the 7 model research collaboration agreements from the Lambert Toolkit have a different approach on who can exploit the intellectual property from a project. In this particular agreement, agreement 6, the Institution has the right to use IP for academic and research purposes.

Note: This collaboration agreement doesn't deal with joint ownership of intellectual property. For examples of joint ownership clauses, when 2 or more parties are collaborating, search Genie or Google for model consortium agreements Collaborator may negotiate for an assignment of some Institution IP

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