I clicked on License Agreements and PLC performed a Google search for "License Agreements" and returned a list of all agreements found. In the search results window, I filtered the agreements by IP category (patent, music, technology, etc.), industry sector, jurisdiction, and date to winnow the results to a workable set of software licensing agreements. I selected two source code purchase and license agreements to compare. I could have selected up to 50 agreements to compare. The What's Market tool gave me the option to select terms within the licensing agreements to compare and review.
PLC's Cross-Border tool provides jurisdiction-specific answers to questions on a number of litigation issues such as arbitration, data protection, and dispute resolution as well as international transaction guides for joint ventures, private company acquisitions, and topics in sales and marketing.
I selected a question and answer tool for country-specific data protection laws. The tool presented a number of questions to select along with the applicable jurisdiction.
I asked the system "What data is regulated?" and "Is notification or registration required before processing data?" in France, Germany, Italy, and Spain.
The resulting information was laid out in a serial form by question and jurisdiction, but there was no way to save it to a Microsoft Word file or other file format. I read the information on screen and copied it and pasted it into a Word document.