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licensor

n. a person who gives another a license, particularly a private party doing so, such as a business giving someone a license to sell its product. (See: license, licensee)

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As a LICENSOR, a company must ensure its assets are protected and that the insolvent counterparty can continue to perform, often paying royalties, or the company-licensor can retract and recover the intellectual property assets.
The Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (Ceza) has broken up the online gaming duopoly of two master licensors and revoked the registration of 164 business processing (BPO) firms providing support services to offshore gaming operators in a bid to eradicate illegal online gaming operations in the agency.
" In removing the exclusivity clause of the license agreement issued to the two master licensors, CEZA retained First Cagayan as a "non-exclusive licensor for interactive gaming." CEZA would also authorize First Cagayan as licensor for land-based gaming after the latter shall have complied with all CEZA requirements for land-based casino operations.
As a Licensor, Samsung will make its essential patents available through the HEVC Advance patent pool, which provides a transparent and efficient licensing program for HEVC/H.265 essential patents.
The license agreement should include the exact names and addresses of the licensor and the licensee; describe the licensed artwork; include an attached image of the artwork, when available; and clearly describe the use that the licensee can make of the artwork.
In the case of the Egyptian plant, Sandvik says it was able to make a difference because of its extensive expertise in producing and testing seamless stainless steel tubes, its high delivery flexibility and its long-term and trusting relationship with the licensor.
You are the licensor and your license agreement is rejected.
A licensing agreement between the owner of a patent (the "licensor") and a party interested in utilizing the patented technology (the "licensee") can be structured however the parties wish.
If a potential licensor kept its patents hidden, we had the resources to insist on seeing specific patents and/or ferret them out on our own.
Otis Elevator Co., (1) the Massachusetts Appeals Court held that a trademark licensor who participates substantially in the design, manufacture, or distribution of a licensee's products may be held strictly liable for product defects, even if the licensor was not an actual link in the distribution chain.
(10) This was a major protection granted to a licensee, but the benefits of section 365(n) are limited to situations where the licensor is the debtor.

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