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patent right

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(Law) the exclusive right granted by a patent
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Noun1.patent right - the right granted by a patent; especially the exclusive right to an invention
legal right - a right based in law
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Under the terms of the agreement, DURECT has assigned certain of its US patent rights to Indivior plus may provide further intellectual property protection for RBP-7000.
Supreme Court curtailed the after-market reach of patent rights.
Companies at the forefront of related technologies such as those in the software-driven, wireless communication and FinTech sectors need to take active steps to understand the patent rights owned by others in their specific market place so as to be aware of the potential risks and opportunities they face.
They discuss the classical liberal philosophy influencing the framers and ratifiers of the Constitution, how copyrights and patent rights are unique forms of property rights, and defend copyrights and patent rights from claims that they are illegitimate government-conferred monopolies.
When it comes to the territorial scope, the value of patent rights would increase with greater territorial coverage.
Colombo, April 12 -- Help reacquired for patent rights of endemic Sri Lankan plants and herbs, Sri Lanka President tells delegation of global cosmetics company.
Who owns the patent rights or copyright for the invention or work?
time, charging the latters iOS and Mac computer infringe its patent rights.
By aggregating patent rights for existing and emerging tests that may lead to personalized treatment (e.
system that already consistently overvalues patent rights compared to
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the Tax Court's decision that an individual's receipt of patent royalties was ordinary income, not long-term capital gain, because the payments were made in exchange for patent rights transferred to a related corporation.
While we would have preferred not to have to litigate, we are very pleased that our patent rights have been vindicated and that infringing products will be off the market as a result of this settlement," said Dan Freeman, Wiley X Eyewear vice president.