Compulsory Licensing - The German And EU Perspective

By Heinz Goddar

Heinz Goddar

Boehmert & Boehmert

As in other European countries, Germany provides various ways for patented inventions to be made available for use by third parties, e.g. by licensing, even in cases where the patentee does not volunteer a licence.The various ways in which this is done under German law are, namely, the Public Use Order,

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