Cross-Licenses

Under certain circumstances, for example, if two or more parties/individuals hold patents for inventions that share common subject matter, they will not be able to work their inventions without the permission of the other party. In situations like this, the most common solution is to cross-license the technologies between the parties.

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DR. KAY PALMER

Patent Agent


Kay drafts and prosecutes patents in the fields of biochemical, pharmaceutical and molecular biology.
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