Tag: licensing

Compulsory Licensing– A Double Edged Sword

Licensing of a protected innovation or property implies permission or authority granted by the inventor or the protection holder to a third party to make use of their invention on pre-established terms. There can be a number of reasons for which a patent holder will opt to license their invention, for instance, in case the … Continue reading Compulsory Licensing– A Double Edged Sword

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Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Licensing Agreement Between Microsoft And Trugrid

Microsoft Corp. and Trugrid (N.E. Desktop Software, Inc.) have entered into a licensing agreement to enable access to Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) technology for TruGrid’s simple and secure workplace, hosted in Microsoft Azure. This agreement will give a client straightforward yet secure access solutions to do business in digital world. The RDP license allows … Continue reading Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Licensing Agreement Between Microsoft And Trugrid

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Microsoft and LG Renew Patent Cross License Agreement

Microsoft Corp. and LG Electronics Inc. have announced in REDMOND, Washington. on  Aug. 19, 2018  that they have entered into a patent cross-license agreement to further the development of the company’s current and future product lines. This agreement between Microsoft and LG Electronics provides overall coverage under  patent portfolio for LG’s tablets, mobile phones and … Continue reading Microsoft and LG Renew Patent Cross License Agreement

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Microsoft Cross Licensing

Microsoft grants licenses to companies under fair and reasonable terms. It is important for the company claiming license to adhere with the Microsoft’s IP licensing policy. The process for granting license is non-exclusive and is based on “commercially reasonable” terms i.e. terms under which other technology industry license is granted. Microsoft entered into more than … Continue reading Microsoft Cross Licensing

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Steering Towards Success, The Bishop’s Way

IP (Patent) Licensing and Commercialization Case Study: Bishop Steering Intellectual Property can be understood as creations of the mind such as inventions, expressions in the form of literary, artistic or other works of expression, symbols, names and images, etc. used in commerce. It can further be divided into Industrial Property or Copyright.[1] Patent as a … Continue reading Steering Towards Success, The Bishop’s Way

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Licensing Agreement for Multiple Pediatric-focused Products between Lupin and MonoSol Rx

Reportedly, Lupin Pharmaceutical Inc.(LPI,US subsidiary of pharma major Lupin Limited) and MonoSol Rx, a specialty pharmaceutical company have entered into a strategic licensing agreement (OCT-2016) wherein Lupin would develop multiple pediatric products utilizing MonoSol Rx’s patented PharmFilm® drug delivery technology. Lupin Limited is an innovation led transnational pharmaceutical company which develops and offers a wide … Continue reading Licensing Agreement for Multiple Pediatric-focused Products between Lupin and MonoSol Rx

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Amazon improves foothold in India: signs content licensing deal with T-series

E-commerce is growing widespread day by day in Indian market. It has become a current day reality from a buzzword, transformed the way business is done, transformed the way people transact and more specifically, has totally transformed the game for the Indian economy. Nowadays online market space is available for almost everything; you just think … Continue reading Amazon improves foothold in India: signs content licensing deal with T-series

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Medicines Patent Pool’s Voluntary Licensing; Unique in its efforts to better treat the Infection

Efforts of Medicines Patent Pool (hereinafter referred to as “MPP”); a United Nations backed public health organisation, founded in July 2010, and based in Geneva, Switzerland are praiseworthy. The lives of millions of people in poor developing countries depend on access to affordable medicines. However, unfortunately most of the world’s population does not receive the … Continue reading Medicines Patent Pool’s Voluntary Licensing; Unique in its efforts to better treat the Infection

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Music Rights for Use in Films

In recent times, music copyrights and their ownership/rights to producers, artists, among other stakeholders, have been under strong discussion across geographies. We are happy to have a written piece by Gemma Harrison, a freelance writer, on her high-level take on the Copyrights in Music. This summer, the highest grossing film at the box office was Marvel’s Guardians … Continue reading Music Rights for Use in Films

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Microsoft’s Acquisition of Nokia

This is one of the most interesting and important news in technology sector. In case you missed it, the story is: Microsoft and Nokia announced on September 3 that Microsoft would be buying Nokia’s handset business and licensing various patents for about $7 billion. Many industry experts have already started debating about Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s handset … Continue reading Microsoft’s Acquisition of Nokia

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