Definition of Patentee. Meaning of Patentee. Synonyms of Patentee

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Definition of Patentee

Patentee
Patentee Pat`ent*ee", n. One to whom a grant is made, or a privilege secured, by patent. --Bacon.

Meaning of Patentee from wikipedia

- standard. Various legal, business and technological strategies by which patentees extend or attempt to extend the patent protection for their products....
- The Patentee locomotive was a revolutionary 2-2-2 steam locomotive type introduced by Robert Stephenson and Company in 1833, as an enlargement of their...
- (1657–1731), who was also a New Paltz Patentee. He married Margaret Deyo, daughter of Christian Deyo, another New Paltz Patentee. Isaac Du Bois (1659–1690), who...
- and litigation"), "patent ****ertion entity" (PAE), "non-manufacturing patentee", "patent shark", "patent marketer", "patent ****ertion company", and "patent...
- irrelevant.: 17  The procedure for granting patents, requirements placed on the patentee, and the extent of the exclusive rights vary widely between countries according...
- In 1641, Samuel Winslow was granted the first patent in North America by the M****achusetts General Court for a new process for making salt. History of...
- reversed and remanded a Federal Circuit court decision (30 May 2017): When a patentee chooses to sell an item, that product is no longer within the limits of...
- exercise its power of equitable discretion not to enforce the patent if the patentee (the patent owner) has engaged in inequitable conduct. The U.S. Patent...
- patentability requirements. Typically, a party (other than the patentee or licensee of the patentee) that manufactures, imports, uses, sells, or offers for sale...
- published and/or issued: "A patentee who makes or sells patented articles, or a person who does so for or under the patentee is required to mark the articles...