Drafting Technology Patent License Agreements, Second Edition Drafting Technology Patent License Agreements, Second Edition
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In today's fast-paced and ultra-competitive high-tech environment, an effectively managed patent licensing program is a must. The Second Edition of Drafting Technology Patent License Agreements shows you how to achieve one. This valuable resource covers all of the legal and business transactional issues you are likely to encounter during the drafting and negotiation of patent licensing agreements. It guides you step-by-step through the unique aspects of the implementation of a patent licensing program for computers, electronics, telecommunications, and other industries, and it clarifies the issues involved in the enforcement and litigation of these patents.

You'll find incisive legal analysis on complex issues including:

  • How to implement an aggressive and well-managed patent licensing program
  • How to evaluate a patent or portfolio for licensing
  • How to identify industry segments and select potential licensees
  • How to discuss terms with industry targets
  • How to formulate an effective licensing strategy
  • How to use databases effectively in patent practice
  • How to organize a licensing team
  • How to file a patent infringement lawsuit
  • And many more critical issues like these.

Included with this key resource are 40 time-saving forms on the bonus CD-ROM:

  • Forms for establishing a new technology company using patented technology
  • Confidentiality agreements (for a third-party vendor, third party evaluation, or consultant)
  • A projected royalty stream analysis
  • A semiconductor technology cross-licensing agreement
  • Software technology license agreements
  • Model licensing and patent agreements for the telecommunications industry
  • And many more!

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