We've developed a vocational training program here in the US and we are considering licensing it out to one of our previous students there.
We would manage all the logistical issues from here, but our main concern is the protection of our intellectual property that we've developed (ie. research, power points, papers, etc). We've done a considerable amount of scientific research on our own dime and having this person "run away" with everything is our primary concern.
Does anyone here any any experience writing up an international licensing program? My guess is that we would have to execute the agreement there (ie. Australia) for it to actually have any enforcement and this is perfectly okay.
The program is trademarked (principal) here in the US and our primary goal with this is to simply expand our program globally even further. We just want to have some recourse in the event the licensee breaches the terms of the agreement.