3 edition of Intellectual Property Licences and Technology Transfer found in the catalog.
September 8, 2004
by Chandos Publishing (Oxford) Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||356|
Intellectual property & Technology transfer Intellectual Property (IP) is a terminology that refers to the ownership of intangible assets, such as inventions, novels or music. Legislators worldwide have sought to reward, for their efforts, the creators of intellectual assets with a set of proprietary rights. Technology Transfer & Commercialization of Intellectual Property: Licensing, Forms & Agreements This guide is designed to provide resources on technology transfer, commercialization of intellectual property, and resources for law and enterprenuership at the University of Wisconsin.
Get this from a library! Intellectual property licences and technology transfer: a practical guide to the new European licencing regime. [Duncan Curley] -- This book examines vital new changes by the European Commission to the law governing the enforceability of intellectual property licences in Europe. Agreements which contain the grant of a licence by. licensing intellectual property: checklist (PDF, KB, 5 pages) skeleton licence (PDF, KB, 4 pages) We recommend you always seek professional legal advice when entering into a : Intellectual Property Office.
Intellectual Property refers to property rights in ideas that are protected through federal and state laws governing patents, copyrights, and trade secrets. Know-how is sometimes also included in intellectual property licenses, and covers ideas and information that is not protected by patent, copyright or trade secret. Taylor Porter attorneys represent clients in patent, copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property matters. We have three registered patent attorneys. Our patent law representation includes the likes of chemical patent prosecution, biotech patent prosecution, patent licensing, university technology transfer, and related matters.
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He is the author of over fifty published articles and his first book – Intellectual Property Licences and Technology Transfer (published by Chandos) – is the leading practical textbook on the impact of European competition law on technology licensing and the block : Duncan Curley.
Ignorance of that reality and the law that is its outcome is no excuse, and the contributors of these eight chapters ensure readers have a solid background in intellectual property (IP) technology transfer, covering government regulations of rights to IP such as the Bayh-Dole Act, IP infringement and its relationship to sovereign immunity and the Eleventh Amendment, the new enigma of technology export controls and national security, university technology transfer rights Format: Hardcover.
He is the author of over fifty published articles and his first book – Intellectual Property Licences and Technology Transfer (published by Chandos) – is the leading practical textbook on the impact of European competition law on technology licensing and the block exemption.
However, because licences of intellectual property rights usually facilitate the transfer of technology from one undertaking to another, and the licensor and licensee will often operate at different levels of the market, many licences of intellectual property rights may benefit from an automatic exemption under Article 81(3) of the EC Treaty.
Our services include intellectual property procurement and enforcement; negotiating and structuring licensing agreements, material transfer agreements, sponsored research agreements, clinical trial agreements and other research and IP-oriented collaboration agreements; developing and revising institutional IP policies, technology transfer operations.
International Licensing and Technology Transfer: Practice and the Law provides an authoritative, single-source commentary on licensing in an international context. The publication is written by practitioners for practitioners, and provides many useful insights into both the law and practice involved in international licensing.
Licensing of Intellectual Property is the definitive treatise in the field. It provides in-depth coverage of not only standard contract provisions, but also the intellectual property, antitrust, misuse, and common-law and unauthorized copying issues involved in licensing transactions that are not always directly reflected in contract language.
tancies and transfer of know-how, collaborative research projects, sponsored research or other similar arrangements. The protection and licensing of intellectual property rights is here identified as one possible mechanism for the transfer of technology that has increasingly been the focus of attention of policymakers.
Universities produce a large amount of groundbreaking inventions every year and are among the best sources of intellectual property (IP). The growing portfolio of companies who have successfully utilized university technology suggests that benefits may be gained from an insight into the nature and process of university technology transfer.
In many situations, licensing of intellectual property rights is an effective tool for achieving these business goals. A licensing agreement is a partnership between an intellectual property rights owner (licensor) and another who is authorized to use such rights (licensee) in exchange for an agreed payment (fee or royalty).
Technology transfer managers are also asked to balance the needs and interests of their inventors, their institution and their commercial partners. This presentation is intended to address some of the basic concepts associated with technology transfer and intellectual property licensing.
Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) Tools of technology transfer (assignment, licensing, spin-off, joint ownership). Intellectual Property (IP) is a form of “intangible asset” which relates to creations of the human mindFile Size: 3MB.
This volume collects 26 papers covering channels of international technology transfer; multinational firms, market structure, and welfare; intellectual property rights, foreign direct investment, and innovation; flexibilities contained in the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS); exhaustion of intellectual.
University Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer: Process, Design, and Intellectual Property (Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth, Volume 16) Libecap G.D.
This volume of 12 chapters contains some of the latest research on university-based technology transfer, intellectual property issues, and the. When negotiating the granting of an exploitation license, one of the points of greatest uncertainty faced by institutions and companies owning industrial and intellectual property rights, or users of other people’s technology, lies in the determination of the price to be paid to the licensor.
INTRODUCTION. Technology Transfer (also called Transfer of Technology (TOT) and Technology Commercialization) 1 are the processes by which the information or knowledge related to the technological aspects travel within the group or between the organizations or entity. Taking this to the broader scenario, give rise to International technology transfer.
The findings indicate that, in relatively high-technology industries like chemicals, pharmaceuticals, machinery, and electrical equipment, a country's system of intellectual property protection often has a significant effect on the amount and kinds of technology transfer and direct investment to that country by Japanese and German, as well as U.
Intellectual property is an intangible asset, and valuing IP is an important component when determining proper royalty rates and other terms of licensing and technology transfer agreements.
IP valuation can involve much more than simply looking at development costs associated with the creation of the IP asset, and accordingly a thorough. "A clear and entertaining presentation of the complexities of technology transfer and intellectual property, this book provides usable, practical information to students and practitioners on every page.
The Art & Science of Technology Transfer provides a well-crafted immersion in the processes and practices of moving ideas into the marketplace.". Intellectual Property Licences and Technology Transfer: A Practical Guide to the New European Licencing Regime by Duncan Curley (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price.
/ The EU competition rules on intellectual property licensing Contents 1. Intellectual property rights and EU competition law 1 2. Technology transfer agreements and the TTBER 3 3.
The safe harbour of the TTBER and the three-stage analysis 6 4. Withdrawal and disapplication of the TTBER 12 5.
Assessment outside the TTBER 13 Size: KB.This chapter provides a road map for licensing professionals to identify the most common terms, contractual obligations, and other provisions that are likely to be encountered in crafting a license agreement.
Emphasis is placed on agricultural technology licenses. Since most people engaged in deal making are involved in multiple deals at the same time, important aspects can be .If the technology imported is in the form of a patent, the patent license agreement, in addition to being subject to the requirements set forth for the import of technologies (whether free or restricted), would also need to be recorded with the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) within three months of the contract becoming effective.