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Patent licensing: For enforcing companies, the rules have changed

Many patent owners enforce their patent rights against potential infringers by licensing the patent rather than going to court to stop the infringing activity. Thanks to a recent Federal Circuit Court ruling, that could become an expensive practice.

Typically, the patent owner would do this by sending out a carefully worded letter asking that a party agree t......

Full article >>> Any run of the mill negotiation over a patent license can now turn into litigation.

As a result, patentees must change their tactics when approaching a potential target for licensing the patent. While tactics will differ based the facts of the case, two general strategies patentees should consider are as follows:

Enter into a confidentiality agreement with the target that not......

Full article >>> sending out demand letters and making statements. A company or person that fails to consider these issues risks finding itself in unwanted and expensive litigation.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Charles Crueger 04/27/07


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