patentee


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pat·ent·ee

 (păt′n-tē′)
n.
The party that possesses or has been granted a patent.

patentee

(ˌpeɪtənˈtiː; ˌpæ-)
n
(Law) a person, group, company, etc, that has been granted a patent

pat•ent•ee

(ˌpæt nˈti; esp. Brit. ˌpeɪt-)

n.
a person, group, or company granted a patent.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.patentee - the inventor to whom a patent is issued
artificer, discoverer, inventor - someone who is the first to think of or make something
Translations

patentee

[ˌpeɪtənˈtiː] Nposeedor(a) m/f de patente

patentee

nPatentinhaber(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
He called it the Sleet's crow's-nest, in honor of himself; he being the original inventor and patentee, and free from all ridiculous false delicacy, and holding that if we call our own children after our own names (we fathers being the original inventors and patentees), so likewise should we denominate after ourselves any other apparatus we may beget.
Those persons, indeed, who have passed any time behind the scenes of this great theatre, and are thoroughly acquainted not only with the several disguises which are there put on, but also with the fantastic and capricious behaviour of the Passions, who are the managers and directors of this theatre (for as to Reason, the patentee, he is known to be a very idle fellow and seldom to exert himself), may most probably have learned to understand the famous
She permits us, indeed, to mar, but seldom to mend, and, like a jealous patentee, on no account to make.
He was a patentee of the Openshaw unbreakable tire, and his business met with such success that he was able to sell it and to retire upon a handsome competence.
Under Section 284 of the Patent Statute, a patentee is entitled to damages sufficient to compensate for any infringement.
As for patents that were already issued under prior precedent, it is too late for the patentee to go back and add structure to the specification to comply with Section 112(f) or to rewrite claims.
Second, the Court asserted that since the patentee typically chooses the time and place of litigation, there is little reason to think that the patentee had unusual difficulty in getting all the relevant probative evidence before the court in the first litigation.
Upon institution, the patentee has the opportunity to amend claims amidst a period of limited discovery.
Once all of the pertinent information has been gathered (on an on-going basis) and reviewed by the PMPRB, the review board has the power to order the patentee to lower the price of the drug in any market in Canada for any period of time.
This rule holds that a patentee cannot receive royalties after a patent expires.
A problem arises, however, when the patentee seeks to assert her
First, it explicitly frames the problem with patent claims as one of patentee self-interest rather than the intrinsic ambiguity of claim language.