Licensing
2011-05-15  Will the Players’ Lawsuit Affect NFL Trademark Licensing?
How do trademarks relate to the antitrust lawsuit filed by Tom Brady et al. against the National Football League (NFL), you ask?

2009-12-02  Patent Infringement Indemnification For Enhanced Damages: An Open Question?
Paul Prestia sheds light on likely patent infringement risks in his latest article in the Legal Intelligencer: Patent Infringement Indemnification For Enhanced Damages: An Open Question? Explore the latest news developing on this topic…

2009-10-12  Turning Innovations Into Assets: IP Strategies That Maximize ROI
Innovation is far more than an academic pursuit of technological advances. It is a business endeavor that, when successful, provides the competitive edge that feeds the bottom line.

2008-10-13  Compulsory Patent Licensing: What's The Royalty?
Compulsory Patent Licensing: What's The Royalty?

2008-03-01  IP-Related Disclosure Requirements Under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Congress enacted the Sarbanes-Oxley Act [SOx] in the wake of several major corporate and accounting scandals involving Enron, WorldCom and other well-known corporations.

2007-01-31  The Supreme Court Puts Patent Royalties in Play
On January 9, 2007, the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision in Medimmune, Inc. v. Genentech, Inc., 549 U.S.___(2007) that confirms federal court jurisdiction in a declaratory judgment action brought by a patent licensee who is not in breach of the license agreement.

2005-05-16  India: Prosecution Procedure and Costs, Compulsory Licensing, Enforcement Options, and Recent Changes
Mr. Lewis spoke on April 21 at the Twenty-First Annual Joint Patent Practice Continuing Legal Education Seminar, for which he authored the following paper.

2005-04-01  A Properly Drafted Joint Research Agreement Will KO Secret Prior Art
Secret prior art exists and until recently it punished joint developers who combined their expertise in joint research arrangements.

2005-03-30  Intangible Assets Create Wealth, But Be Careful
This article first appeared in the May 25, 2005 IP Supplement to the Philadelphia Business Journal

2004-05-26  IP Meets the SEC as the Financial World Changes
Whatever happened to Westinghouse, Bethlehem Steel and other giants that drove the US economy in the 1950s with their huge investments in plant and equipment?

2003-10-27  Strategic IP Agreements: A Trap for the Unwary
Intangible assets have replaced physical assets as the drivers of economic growth.

 
 
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