Posts Tagged: nonexclusive license


AUTM Licensing Survey: Ominous trend likely attributable to eroding patent rights

Concerns about the ability of academic institutions to keep contributing to the U.S. innovation economy go well beyond federal funding stagnation according to the recent AUTM …
By Steve Brachmann
2 years ago 0

Why Exclusive Patent Licenses Can Be More Valuable Than Owning Patents Outright

Patents are a big capital investment for a startup company, but so is an office building. However, no startup company owns their office building outright. Even if …
By Russ Krajec
4 years ago 3

Joint IP Ownership Scenarios: A Graphical Look

I present ten scenarios for dealing with what is usually the most contested issue in pre-collaboration agreement negotiations – the ownership of foreground IP. These scenarios range from …
By Raymond Millien
4 years ago 2

IP Exchange Brings Market Principles to Patent Rights Acquisition

It is also probably correct to say that the current business model for licensing technologies is extremely inefficient, not only because of the lack of a central …
By Gene Quinn
8 years ago 2

Will an Intellectual Property Licensing Exchange Work?

Preventing artificial supply-side constraints? Now my spidey-senses are activated. That sure has a familiar ring to it, doesn't it? I am skeptical about the desire to eliminate …
By Gene Quinn
8 years ago 3

Drafting a Licensing Agreement, A Patentee Perspective

You might want to consider some type of up front guaranteed payment to ensure that you get at least something. This may seem overly pessimistic, but it …
By Gene Quinn
9 years ago 6