Sage Copyright Transfer Agreement

2. Why does SAGE need an exclusive licensing agreement? We strive to make your contribution to as wide an audience as possible. An exclusive license helps us ensure adequate protection against copyright infringement by copyright infringement or piracy worldwide. It also ensures that third-party requests to reprint or reproduce a contribution or part of it in any format are dealt with effectively, in accordance with a general policy that promotes the dissemination of knowledge within the framework of copyright. 1. What is an exclusive licensing agreement? With an exclusive license, you retain the copyright. Your contribution is credited as © The Author (s), but you authorize control of all rights exclusively to SAGE or, if applicable, to a company or other proprietary publishing partner. This means that all licensing requirements, including SAGE`s authorizations, are managed. Any amendment or amendment to a provision of this Agreement is valid or binding, unless it is written down and signed by all parties. This agreement constitutes the whole agreement between the parties with regard to its purpose and replaces all previous and simultaneous agreements, agreements and representations. The ineffectiveness or inapplicability of a particular provision in this Agreement does not affect the other provisions and that agreement must be interpreted in all respects as if an invalid or unenforceable provision had been omitted. 8.

What if I am a government employee?a) If you are a British, Canadian, Australian or British employee of the Commonwealth government, you only have to check the normal “Work for Jobs” or “Other Government Work (not the U.S.),” as this is your agreement, and your superiors have signed the De Contributor agreement. b) If you are a U.S. federal employee, please contact your superior, but your work is probably in the public domain, so not copyrighted and therefore cannot be transferred. Please activate the corresponding box on the form. Contributors guarantee and assure that: (a) all contributors have the full power and power to conclude and execute the agreement and to grant the rights granted to it, and that these rights are no longer subject to transfer, transfer or other prior office; (b) the contribution is the original work of the contributors (with the exception of copyrighted material, which is held by others for whom written permission has been obtained), has previously not been published in any form and has only been forwarded to the Journal; (c) the contribution does not infringe copyright, violate property rights, personality rights, advertising rights or other third party rights, and does not contain material that is defamatory or contrary to the law; (d) all of the claims alleged in the contribution are either true or based on generally accepted professional research practices, and no formula or process would cause harm if used in accordance with the instructions and/or warnings contained in the contribution; and (e) all studies on which the contribution is directly based have been satisfactorily conducted, in accordance with Institutional Review Board (IRB) rules, or have been exempted from the IRB requirements.