Monday, August 23 2021   \  Published by Kluwer Patent Blog.

Compulsory License: United States of America

The United States (U.S.) does not have any provisions for a compulsory license. The closest provision that it does have to the licensing of medicines and vaccines is what is called March-in rights. 

March-in rights allow the U.S. government to grant licenses to patented inventions provided the development of inventions was funded using federal funds and the patent owner has not taken steps to: Continue Reading

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