Sample Exclusive Patent License Agreement

5. Licensee option to convert to a non-exclusive license. 6. Know-how: All technical data, information, materials, trade secrets, technologies, formulas, processes and ideas, including possible improvements, in all forms in which the above may exist, are now more property or co-ownership, semi-or exclusive, granted to a party before the date of this agreement or, below, acquired by a party during the duration of the agreement. This type of agreement allows Harvard researchers who are creating a new licensed business without difficulty to copyrighted non-patentable software that they have developed as part of the faculty`s research efforts. In cases where there are patentable topics such as unique algorithms, please read the “Exclusive Basic License” agreement model published above. The validity date of this contract is – 20 – (i) has used for commercial purposes the object granted in the country or in the countries that hold a licence, directly or through a sublicensing, and holds the authorized object available to the public appropriately, or 1. This agreement is exported and delivered to the country and must comply with the government`s laws of upfront payment and royalties. With respect to the license issued here: 7.2 HARVARD and LICENSEE cooperate fully in the preparation, filing, monitoring and maintenance of PATENT RECHTEN and all of the following licensed patents and patents, and execute all documents and instruments, or require HARVARD members to execute these documents and instruments for patent applications and patents from HARVARD to be filed in each country. , to follow and maintain. Each party immediately informs the other party of any issues brought to its attention that may affect the preparation, filing, prosecution or maintenance of these patent applications or patents. In particular, LICENSEE must immediately notify HARVARD whether LICENSEE or an AFFILIATE or licensee (or option holder) is not classified as a “small entity” as provided by the U.S.

Patent and Trademark Office. (b) Where the licence is converted to a non-exclusive licence under this agreement and other non-exclusive licences are granted on the same field and territory, the aforementioned royalties must not exceed the licence rate that other purchasers must pay on the same territory and territory for the duration of the non-exclusive licence.