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- What is a European Patent?
- What is a European Trade Mark (EUTM)?
- What are the implications of Brexit on IP rights?
- Can a patent be restored after renewal payments are missed?
- Intellectual Property Solicitors
- Use of Reference Numerals in Patent Specifications
- Claim amendments during PCT application procedure
- Licence as of right
- Excess claim and page fees
- Legal protection for coats of arms
- Trade mark notice of threatened oppposition TM7A
- UK Trade Mark Invalidation
The UK Patent Office has a database of patents that are endorsed ‘licence of right’. This means that the patent holder has agreed to licence their patent to anyone who asks.
A licence is an agreement between the owner of an intellectual property right and another party. It grants the licensee permission to do something that would otherwise be an infringement of the rights without the licence. In our white paper 'Licences available as of right for UK patents' which you can download using the link below, we explain what a UK patent endorsed ‘licences of right’ means, how you can do this, and the consequences.
For more information, please contact us and speak to one of our attorneys.