The advantage of providing a time limit in your royalty agreement is that you may be able to negotiate more favorable terms once you see how well your product is selling. The disadvantage is that a slow-selling product may result in a lower royalty rate at renewal time. The cost of such services arises from delineating the skill-mix and 'man'-hours of effort involved (domestic and expatriate personnel) and providing for supervision overhead. The costs of different skills is in the public domain and can be readily estimated. The overhead percentage, however, is a negotiated element. 10.7 Without the prior written approval of HARVARD in each instance, neither this Agreement nor the rights granted hereunder shall be transferred or assigned in whole or in part by LICENSEE to any person whether voluntarily or involuntarily, by operation of law or otherwise. This Agreement shall be binding upon the respective successors, legal representatives and assignees of HARVARD and LICENSEE. In many contracts involving the use of knowhow (and associated IP), 'technical assistance' may be encountered as a part of the contractual process, particularly in developing country contracts. The assistance comprises services which are not in the nature of IP but are needed by the licensee to accomplish its objectives. Quarterly Patent Royalty Reports LICENSEE agrees to provide BRUK, within thirty (30) days after the end of each calendar quarter and within ten (10) days after the expiration or termination of this Agreement, a report of the gross revenues derived from the use, offer for sale, sell, lease, rent and export of Licensed Products and Related Services, by country (if applicable) (Quarterly Patent Royalty Reports). LICENSEE shall commence providing BRUK such Quarterly Patent Royalty Reports within thirty (30) days following the end of the first calendar quarter in the Initial Term.