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Lost content clause?
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- Subject: Lost content clause?
- From: Reeta.Sinha@ccmail.nevada.edu
- Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 18:36:54 EST
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Posting on behalf of a colleague. Please respond to Chris Sugnet. There were some helpful examples on the Liblicense-L web site-perhaps list members have others? Thanks, Reeta *** Given W. Kluwer's recent announcement that 60 journals in the international law area have been sold to another publisher I would very much appreciate any examples of license lingo that addresses compensation or annual invoice proration for lost content during the license period. This is for a consortium license for Kluwer, but this could happen to any product. I'm not sure what would be reasonable compensation for loss of significant content during a three-year license period. Usually the issue is how to deal with added content. Please send examples or suggestions to me and I'll be happy to share a summary. Regards, Chris Sugnet Epscor Science Information Group (ESIG) email@example.com
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