An End User License Agreement (EULA), which is also referred to as a software license agreement, is a legal contract between the manufacturer and/or the author and the user of that application. Think of it as like a rental agreement for an app’s users. EULA lawyers will detail how the software can and cannot be used and any restrictions that the manufacturer imposes. Sometimes called "shrinkwrap" or "click-through" agreements, they legally bind users to a number of strict terms – and yet you never sign your name. Importantly, the EULA protects the manufacturer from liability if the software is used in an intended way.
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Tailored to your business
Some (risky) companies will copy and paste terms from other websites or use a terms generator, which can lead to big problems down the road. Hiring an EULA lawyer to draft your documents quiets any concerns.
What is a license?
What terms can be found in an EULA?
Typical terms within an EULA include definitions, a license grant, a copyright notice, the limitations on usage and transfer, duration of the license, the warranty terms, limitations of liability, governing law, and dispute resolution methods.
What’s the difference between an EULA and Terms of Service?
EULA's are intended to cover software apps. TOS are used to govern websites and mobile apps.
How is an EULA accepted?
The EULA can be accepted in many different ways, and an attorney can work with the manufacturer or vendor to determine which method is best for your product and which way complies with your given jurisdiction.
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