Gary Baker, Esq., MT
Managing Director of the Quine IP Law Group
Kind of an odd article. The interesting part might be what is left unsaid.University offices of technology transfer do their best to license out their technologies. If they can't find a licensee, they are not in the business of marketing the product,...
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As originally asked by James Zak. A little known legal fact is that a company can use patented technology of another company or competitor for the purposes of complying with FDA regulations without being liable for patent infringement. It makes no di...