Property, intangible

a blog about ownership of intellectual property rights and its licensing


  • Contracts 101

    Patent law heavily involves interpretation of language. In addition to the construction of the claims themselves, it has an almost unintelligible set of rules for distinguishing licenses from assignments and special rules for the language one must use to assign a patent. But in Fort. v. Innegra Technologies, LLC, we have a more interesting situation,… Continue reading