Harvard Sample License Agreement

(b) a non-exclusive commercial license for the use of biological materials (c) in the event of a sale between the licensee and its related companies or sub-licenses for resale, the royalty shall be paid on the net turnover of the company or related sub-license. (a) an exclusive commercial license under the patent rights and 8.1 With respect to patent rights which, in accordance with this Agreement, are exclusively granted to the licensee, the licensee shall have the right to pursue any infringement of that patent in its own name and at its own expense, as long as this license is exclusive at the time of the opening of such action. HARVARD undertakes to immediately inform the licensee of any infringement of these patents. of which HARVARD is aware or obtains. Before Licensee brings a lawsuit for infringement of such patents, Licensee must carefully consider HARVARD`s views and possible effects on the public interest in order to decide whether or not to take legal action. (e) In all sublicenses granted by licensee, licensee shall require subcontractor to do everything in its power to commercialize the subject matter of the sublicense as expeditiously as possible. The licensee must also indicate in such sub-licences that such sub-licences are subject to and are subject to the terms of the agreement, with the exception of: (i) the subcontractor may not acquire a new sub-licence; and (ii) the net sales royalty paid by the sublicensed to the licensee. Copies of all sublicense agreements must be provided immediately to HARVARD. (c) where orders, invoices or other sales documents are presented separately, taxes on and/or other state taxes levied in connection with production, sale, transport, delivery or use and paid by or on behalf of the licensee or sub-licensees; and (g) a license in another territory or territory, in addition to the area and/or area, is the subject of a separate agreement and requires licensee to provide satisfactory evidence to HARVARD that demonstrates the Licensee`s willingness and ability to develop and commercialize the types of products or processes in that other area and/or its scope; who will likely be in that other area and/or field. An exclusive license under PATENT RIGHTS and a license for the use of biological materials for the manufacture, use and use, sale and sale of licensed products and the exercise of approved processes for the total duration of patent rights. Harvard University Office for Technology and Trademark Licensing, Holyoke Center 727, 1350 Massachusettes Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138, United States of America. e-mail: otti@harvard.edu phone: (617) 495 3067; Fax: (617) 495 9568.

This type of agreement allows Harvard researchers who are starting a new company to license non-patentable, copyrighted software they have developed as part of faculty research efforts. In cases where there is patentable content such as unique algorithms, please read the “Basic Exclusive License” model agreement published above. manufacture and have manufactured, used and used, sold and sold and practiced the licensed processes for the entire period of use. These licenses include the right to grant, subject to HARVARD`s agreement, sub-licenses whose permission cannot be inappropriately denied. In order to grant licensee commercial exclusivity as long as the license remains exclusive under PATENT RIGHTS, HARVARD agrees that it will not license under the patent rights to others, unless permitted by HARVARD`s obligations in paragraph 3.2(a) or paragraph 3.2(b) and that no biological material is distributed for other commercial purposes. . . .

 

 

 

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