Royalties For Unpatented Technology

By Richard Binns and Nicola Walles

The Court of Justice has ruled that a licensee could be obliged to pay past royalties under a patent licence agreement even after a patent has expired or been deemed invalid, provided that the licensee has the ability to terminate the licence agreement for convenience.

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