9 edition of Licensing of intellectual property and other information assets found in the catalog.
Licensing of intellectual property and other information assets
Raymond T. Nimmer
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Raymond T. Nimmer.|
|LC Classifications||KF2979 .N55 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 911,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||911|
|LC Control Number||2007935887|
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Book Summary: The title of this book is Licensing of Intellectual Property and Other Information Assets and it was written by Raymond T. particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $Pages: The book is comprehensive, dealing with all of the traditional areas of intellectual property and information licensing and also with modern issues associated with digital and online transactions, including topics such as data protection, security, and privacy in online : Raymond Nimmer.
Get this from a library. Licensing of intellectual property and other information assets: selected federal and state statutory sections relevant to licensing of information.
[Raymond T Nimmer]. intellectual property and licensing should usually deal with the more complicated legal aspects of licensing, but (as with any specialist area) you will generally do better, and save time and money, if you understand the most important principles.
This booklet deals with commercial intellectual. property licences. If you want to license on a non-File Size: KB. Royalty Rates for Licensing Intellectual Property includes critical information on financial theory, rules of thumb, industry guidelines, litigation based royalty rates, and tables of actual rates from real deals for different : Russell Parr.
licensing intellectual property: checklist (PDF, KB, 5 pages) skeleton licence (PDF, KB, 4 pages) We recommend you always seek professional legal Author: Intellectual Property Office.
This is a book about licensing law. The fact that licensing of intellectual property and other information assets has become a focus for law school discussion and for treatment in many courts and legislatures testifies to the power of the information economy which has transformed how we think about.
In many situations, licensing of intellectual property rights is an effective tool for achieving these business goals. A licensing agreement is a partnership between an intellectual property rights owner (licensor) and another who is authorized to use such rights (licensee) in.
Rodney D. Ryder is the founding partner at Scriboard and is a leading technology, intellectual property and corporate lawyer. He is the author of Guide to Cyber Laws: the Information Technology Act,E-Commerce, Data Protection and the Internet, the first section-wise analysis of the Indian Information Technology Act, License grants are a common way of effecting transactions involving intellectual property (IP), including Licensing of intellectual property and other information assets book, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and other assets and personal rights subject to IP owners enjoy certain exclusive rights to use and exploit their protected assets.
However, there are often potential benefits from allowing others to exercise all or some of. Licensing of Intellectual Property is the definitive treatise in the field. It provides in-depth coverage of not only standard contract provisions, but also the intellectual property, antitrust, misuse, and common-law and unauthorized copying issues involved in licensing transactions that are not always directly reflected in contract language.
economic assets in today’s economy, need to be protected by using the tools of the intellectual property system before revealing or sharing them. Only then can a business leverage these economic assets as intellectual property (IP) assets for gaining and retaining competitive advantage.
 Includes bibliographical references and index. Licensing of Intellectual Property and Other Information Assets by Raymond T. Nimmer ISBN ISBN Licensing Intellectual Property: Law and Application is a streamlined and highly accessible casebook on the law of licensing and the application of licensing in practice.
the authors painstakingly cover all aspects of licensing from the global: Why is licensing the predominant transaction model for ideas and information.
Why and how do social policy decisions limit creative legal practice. Table of contents for Licensing of intellectual property and other information assets / Raymond T. Nimmer. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from. Intellectual Property and Business: The Power of Intangible Assets.
New Delhi: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, doi: / Ryder, R D & Madhavan, AIntellectual property and business: the power of intangible assets, SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, viewed 7 Maydoi: / This chapter introduces technology managers to certain key issues and to six methods of valuation and pricing.
The value of a technology to a buyer (licensee) depends upon how it is to be commercially employed, taking into account the cost of development, the time the technology takes to generate returns, the extent of such financial returns, and the risk involved in the process.
A licensing agreement is an arrangement whereby a licensor grants the right to intangible property to another entity for a specified period, and in return, the licensor receives a royalty fee from the licensee.
Intangible property includes patents, inventions, formulas, processes, designs. In both traditional publishing and indie/self-publishing, the cover art is a piece of intellectual property separate from the book itself.
And in both cases, the ownership of the cover art and how it can be used is controlled by the interplay between copyright and contract law. Traditionally published authors typically have the cover art for. This book is designed to simplify the process of attaching a dollar amount to intangible assets, be it for licensing, mergers and acquisitions, loan collateral, or investment purposes.
It provides practical tools for evaluating the investment aspects of licensing and joint venture decisions, and discusses the legal, tax, and accounting practices and procedures related to such arrangements.
Finding 1: The first goal of university technology transfer involving IP is the expeditious and wide dissemination of university-generated technology for the public good. The public good might include inputs into further research; new products and processes addressing societal needs; and generation of employment opportunities for the production, distribution, and use of new products.
assets comprising a trade or business, the bases of the acquired assets are deter-mined under the rules of Code § and the regulations issued by the I.R.S. under that provision. Code § applies to an “applicable asset acquisition,” which is defined as any direct or indirect transfer of a group of assets that constitutes a tradeFile Size: KB.
One of the important remedies for the infringement of intellectual property (IP) rights is the award of damages. In the U.S., IP damages may be awarded under various theories and analyses, providing a potential variety of economic consequences of the infringing activity.
There, he saw firsthand how an aggressive intellectual-property effort boosted annual patent-licensing royalties a phenomenal 3, % —from $ 30 million in to nearly $ 1 billion today. He is an expert in establishing licensing strategies, as well as developing and managing licensing programs for clients.
Wes has authored several books on intellectual property and related business issues. The ABA in published his newest book, “IP Valuation and Management,” which I. other intangible assets. Robert has testified in both federal and state courts on numerous Types of Intellectual Property Royalty rate data are most commonly used in the analysis of intellectual property Trade Secrets and Related Assets Trade secrets intellectual property • Customer information • File Size: KB.
Licensing Agreement: A licensing agreement refers to a written agreement entered into by the contractual owner of a property or activity giving permission to another to Author: Andrew Bloomenthal. ABA - Licensing - Intellectual Property Committee.
The Intellectual Property Committee focuses on antitrust issues that arise from the acquisition, licensing, and enforcement of patents, copyrights, trademarks, and other forms of intellectual property, as well as developments in patent, copyright, and intellectual property law from the standpoint of competition policy.
This booklet identifies and explains common issues that businesses may face in connection with intellectual property right (IPR) licensing. It will help trademark and technology owners, IP lawyers and businesses determine whether an IPR license is appropriate and necessary, and ensure that any such license is properly documented and implemented.
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Intellectual Property refers to property rights in ideas that are protected through federal and state laws governing patents, copyrights, and trade secrets. Know-how is sometimes also included in intellectual property licenses, and covers ideas and information that is.
relative value of a company’s intellectual property (IP) assets. Particularly in the information technology (IT) space, the value of patents has become more uncertain, while at the same time data and know-how have become increasingly valuable.
These trends suggest that IP licensing strategies. Although intellectual property is a fairly broad term and can take many different forms, some kinds of intellectual property are considered capital assets. Our dedicated Intellectual Property (IP) professionals protect, enforce and enhance the value of our clients’ creative works, ideas, names, logos, technology and other innovations around the world.
Our clients include multinational corporations, middle-market companies, start-up ventures, small businesses, non-profits and individuals. _____ is an arrangement in which the owner of an intellectual property grants another firm the right to use that property for a specified period of time in exchange for certain compensation Royalty A/an _______________ is a fee paid periodically (by the licensee) to compensate a licensor for the use of its intellectual property.
13 Key Intellectual Property Issues In Mergers And Acquisitions and other intellectual property. a “reverse triangular merger,” there is typically no “assignment” of the IP assets Author: Richard Harroch.
other intellectual property with competitors to avoid expensive pdf distracting litigation. Because licensing plays a critical role in the operations of technology and life sciences companies, it is important for corporate decision makers to understand the basic mechanics of licensing and the strategies implemented through license Size: KB.