10 CFR 781.63 - Published notices.

§ 781.63 Published notices.
(a) A notice of a proposed exclusive license or partially exclusive licenses shall be published in the Federal Register, and a copy of the notice shall be sent to the Attorney General. The notice shall include:
(1) Identification of the invention;
(2) Identification of the proposed exclusive licensee or partially exclusive licensees;
(3) Duration and scope of the proposed license;
(4) A statement that the license will be granted unless:
(i) An application for a nonexclusive license, submitted by a responsible applicant pursuant to § 781.62, is received by the Department within sixty (60) days from the publication of the notice in the Federal Register, and the Department determines that the applicant has established that it has already achieved, or is likely expeditiously to achieve, practical or commercial application under a nonexclusive license; or
(ii) The Department determines, based upon evidence and argument submitted in writing by a third party, that it would not be in the interest of the United States and the general public to grant the exclusive or partially exclusive licenses; and
(5) A statement advising that applicants or third parties participating in response to the Federal Register notice shall have the right to appeal any adverse decision, including the right to request an oral hearing, in accordance with § 781.65.
(b) In situations where the Department intends to limit the number of partially exclusive licenses under a particular invention pursuant to § 781.52(b), the notice in paragraph (a) of this section will be modified to reflect that intent and to invite applicants to apply for such partially exclusive licenses by a date specified in the notice.
(c) If an exclusive or partially exclusive license has been granted or, in whole or in part, terminated pursuant to this regulation, notice thereof shall be published in the Federal Register. Such notice shall include:
(1) Identification of the invention;
(2) Identification of the licensee; and
(3) If a license grant, the duration and scope of the license; or
(4) If a termination in whole or in part, the effective date of the termination and whether it is in whole or in part.
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