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Unless you're a lawyer, you'll do better speaking normally about what you actually want to achieve. Is the IP meant for reproduction, is the patent wanting to be taken over?

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the patent is protected under the enterprise mutual user clause.

do you think the holders rights contract will be enough to sustain trademark provisions?

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Better call Saul.

 

That being said, until DAO gets in here and post's the right answer, you could be waiting a while.

 

I would be phoning my Lawyer and drafting a contract.

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In the United States, under current patent law, the term of patent, provided that maintenance fees are paid on time, are:

 

For applications filed on or after June 8, 1995,

the patent term is 20 years from the filing date of the earliest U.S. application to which priority is claimed (excluding provisional applications).

 

For applications filed before June 8, 1995 and for patents that were still in force on June 8, 1995, the patent term is either 17 years from the issue date or 20 years from the filing date of the earliest U.S. or international (PCT) application to which priority is claimed (excluding provisional applications), the longer term applying.

 

 

Design patents have a shorter term that utility patents. Design patents filed on or after December 18, 2013 have a term of 15 years from issuance. Design patents filed prior to December 18, 2013 have a term of 14 years from issuance.

 

 

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