Jan 9, 2013 ... But in Rates Technology, Inc. v. ... license agreement, the court recognized that the grant of a patent is a mere ... Id. at 168 (citing Lear, Inc. v.
HITACHI HIGH TECHNOLOGIES AMERICA, INC., a Delaware corporation, ... party, CyberHome Entertainment, Inc. (“CyberHome”), pursuant to certain factoring ... accounts receivable constituted a preferential transfer and that the Bank had ...
the STL Manual, with a new Cluster V on. “Understanding Certain ... in which licensing may occur. IP, as an asset to a business, may be exploited in many ways.
intellectual property and technology;3 a license authorizes the licensee to use the .... Corp. v. Barnes (In re Oxford Dev., Ltd.), 67 E3d 683, 685 (8th Cir. ..... Entertainment, Inc. (In re Catapult Entertainment, Inc.), 165 E3d 747, 749 (9th Cir. 1999).
The technology license can be a complex mesh of masterfully crafted, .... 17 U.S.C. §101; Hi-Tech Video Prods. Inc. v. Capital Cities/ABC Inc., 58 F.3d 1093 ( 6th ...
Medical, Inc. v. Abbott Laboratories6 of United States v. Univis Lens Co.,7 it appeared that a patent holder can sue for infringement to enforce restrictions on the ...