The following “Defensive Suspension” provision is an example of a clause often found in software patent licenses: Termination for Patent Action. The Agreement will terminate automatically as of the date Licensee commences any claim that the Software infringes a patent, or otherwise supports any claim by a third party that the Software infringes a patent.…Read more
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Emerging Markets and Pharmaceutical Industry Growth
In February, I spoke at the World Pharma Licensing Congress in London. The following article is based on my talk. Challenges Facing the Pharmaceutical Industry The pharmaceutical industry today faces a variety of challenges: thanks to the Internet, more knowledgeable and more demanding consumers a longer and more costly time-to-market more stringent regulations increased competition…Read more
Unidown Part 3: Google Slammed, Plaintiff Wins 100,000 NIS in “Right to be Forgotten”
In September 2014, Google won a case in what seemed to be the Tel-Aviv District Court’s rejection of the European “right to be forgotten,” which requires search engines to comply with requests to remove inaccurate information about people. However, late this June, the Court found both Google and a website owner liable for inaction which…Read more