Recent Examples of licensee from the Web
Chinese firms can negotiate with each other over the terms of technology-licensing agreements, but foreign licensees must bear all the risk of others suing for intellectual-property infringements.
The court rejected Monsanto’s plea to stop Nuziveedu Seeds Ltd., an estranged licensee of the company, from selling Bt cotton seeds in India.
Qualcomm disclosed a dispute with an unnamed second licensee last year with its second-quarter results, after Apple in January 2017 sued the chip maker in the U.S. and later in other countries.
Another one of the five licensees: none other than Kalpesh Mehta’s Tribeca Creators.
Apple alleges Qualcomm uses its dominance in smartphone chips unfairly to extract exorbitant patent royalties from licensees.
The most confusing Android Go phone TCL (the licensee of the Blackberry brand for phones) is joining the Android Go party with the Alcatel 1X (not to be confused with the Alcatel X1).
But licensees have nine months to obtain a final certificate of operation before growing marijuana plants.
Drew Nash Times-News Because liquor licensees must run their establishments a minimum number of hours per week, Heil’s plan is to open a bar as a part of an event center.
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Definition of licensee for English Language Learners
business : a person or company that has a license to have, make, do, or use something
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