The Seventh Circuit recently discussed a trademark-law “default rule” prohibiting the assignment by a trademark licensee of the rights under a trademark license in the absence of an express provision to the contrary. This aligns with similar default rules for patent licenses and copyright licenses, all of which trump any inconsistent state contract rules.

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Seminar Date:
December 27, 2011
Trademark Licensees Cannot Assign Trademark License Rights Without an Express Provision Providing for Assignment
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