This essential desk reference offers practitioners a critical overview of all legal issues surrounding patent licensing.
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Understand the legal issues that affect patent license agreements
Drafting Patent License Agreements illustrates the growing importance of intellectual property transactions to business and the resulting attention such transactions receive in legislative, regulatory, and judicial areas.
The new Eighth Edition tracks and discusses-clause by clause-all the critical components of patent and technology license agreements as well as non-disclosure agreements and collaboration agreements. The Eighth Edition also presents a current overview of all legal issues surrounding licensing including, patent exhaustion, antitrust, bankruptcy, Bayh-Dole, and export control. It includes new chapters on the UCC and licensing and on RAND licensing. Sample provisions include references to applicable legal and practical consequences. Major cases covered include Kimble v. Marvel Entertainment LLC; Azure Networks LLC v. CSR PLC; Helferich v. New York Times; STC.UNM v. Intel Corp.; Ericsson Inc. v. D Link Systems Inc.; Jaffe v. Samsung Electronics Co.; Microsoft Corp. v. Motorola Inc.; and FTC v. Actavis Inc
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