I suppose I should find a decent attorney for this, but I'd like to see if I can find some "free" resources first.
My company is about to release a software product (actually bundled together with hardware as an appliance) and we'll be selling it to companies to measure network latency. I've put together an initial readme/license to comply with the terms of the open source products we use, but I think we need some other terms to put in place some protection for ourselves from unreasonable expectations of the software. I suppose the usual "this software is sold as-is and shouldn't be used for flying airplanes, space shuttles or running nuclear power plants..."
Our product is NOT open source.
Does anyone have any public domain samples of this kind of document?
Alternatively, what are the typical clauses one should put in a license agreement that offer fair protection for both sides?