Intellectual Property Law
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Topic: Software License
(1) Licensee requests creation of a work
(2) The creator makes the work and delivers it to the licensee who requested it;
(3) The licensor intends that the licensee-requestor copy and distribute his work.
1. We agree <company name> requested the work
2. We only delivered to clients not <company name> they do not have the knowledge to set the products up on the clients systems we had to do this for them.
3. At no time did we intend for <company name> to copy and distribute. Any copies of the work they have was obtained from the client’s server with out premission and/or knowlage.
Any input or court cases to prove out defense?
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