The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has held that a customary “reservation of rights” clause in a patent license is not sufficient to reserve “have made” rights under a patent license. CoreBrace LLC v. Star Seismic LLC,No. 2008-1502 (Fed. Cir.May 22, 2009).
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A general “reservation of rights” clause does not reserve “have made” rights under a patent license
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