>This is my first encounter with this question. Can any of you out there
>In a licensing agreement with someone from another state, does the artist
>the agreement to be in accordance with the laws of her own state of
>residence, or those of the Licensee? If arbitration is necessary, should
>that be set up for the state in which she resides, or of the Licensee? Do
>common sense and legal sense overlap here?
>Thanks for your time.
Choose whichever state will be advantagious to you! Might be easier to
enforce a judgment in your favor in the state where the customer has
assets. But is probably logistically easier for you to initiate an action
in your own state. So who knows? Any lawyers lurking here?
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