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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
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
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
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
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
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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