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Rejection Time: On February 20th The Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument On The Big Question In The Tempnology Case — Does A Trademark Licensee Lose Its Rights Upon Rejection?
The Big Question. What is the effect of rejection of a trademark license by a debtor-licensor? Over the past few years, this blog has followed the Tempnology case out of New Hampshire raising just that issue.
United States
14 Feb 2019
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Trademark Licensees Take Note: The Supreme Court Might Review The Tempnology Decision — And Whether A Licensee Can Keep Trademark Rights After Rejection
The twists and turns of the In re Tempnology LLC bankruptcy case have been a frequent subject on this blog for good reason.
United States
9 Aug 2018
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Free Software Foundation Publishes GPL Version 3
On June 29, 2007, the Free Software Foundation (“FSF”) published version 3 of the GNU General Public License (“GPLv3”). GPLv3 is a complete rewrite of version 2 of the GPL (“GPLv2”), which is the most popular “open source” or “free software” license.
United States
25 Jul 2007
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SanDisk v. STMicroeletronics Announces A “Sweeping Change” To The Declaratory Judgment Standard In Patent Cases
A recent Federal Circuit decision, SanDisk Corp. v. STMicroelectronics, Inc., announced a new declaratory judgment standard in patent cases, expanding the rights of potential licensees to file preemptive complaints against patent owners.
United States
1 Jun 2007
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MedImmune v. Genentech: A Dilemma Removed For Patent Licensees
The law of patent licensing has been plagued for years by uncertainty regarding what can happen when the licensee, after entering into a royalty-bearing license agreement, wants to challenge the validity of the licensed patents and thus contest its obligation to pay royalties to the licensor.
United States
21 Feb 2007
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How to Set a Patent Strategy
Getting a new drug to market may cost as much as $800 million. With this type of investment, patents are necessary to protect market exclusivity.
United States
24 Jun 2005
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