Royalty Report: Medical, Device, Surgical – Collection: 219838

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 13

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 13

Primary Industries

  • Medical
  • Device
  • Surgical
  • Diagnostic
  • Technical Know How
  • cardiac

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 219838

License Grant
The Licensee of Israel is hereby granted an option, to acquire all rights, title and interest in and to the Licensors IP Free and Clear from the Licensor of Israel.
License Property
Licensor IP shall mean the Licensor Patents and Licensor Know-How.

Licensor Patents shall mean all the patent and patent applications and all their divisions, continuations, continuations-in-part, re-examinations, reissues, substitutions, extensions, renewals or any patent or patent application claim priority from such patents.

Licensor Know-How shall mean all Intellectual Property relating to and/or associated with the Invention other than the Licensor Patents, including without limitation, such set forth.
Know-How pertaining to the design, manufacturing, assembly and use of the following components of the Licensor guide wire

1.
A 0.014” guide wire that is hollow at entire length and constructed from a metal tube, a metal helical coil, and a thin metal strip placed inside at least part of the guide wire and which connects the metal tube to the metal helical coil.

2.
The connection between the 0.014” guide wire and a removable handle.

3.
A 0.007” guide wire which is placed inside the 0.014” guide wire (patent pending).

4.
The 0.007” guide wire has a tip curvature and is movable inside of the 0.014” guide wire (patent pending).

5.
The removable handle contains a mechanism that allows physicians to change the tip curvature, adjusting the wire stiffness from floppy to stiff, extending the 0.007” wire from the distal tip, and producing impact tapings from the tip of the wire to the calcified arteries (patent pending).

Products shall mean Type 1 Products and/or Type 2 Products.  Type 1 Product shall mean a product embodying the Invention that is a stand-alone guide wire or a combination product that comprised the Invention and any other product that is not a Type 2 Product.  Type 2 Product shall mean a Product comprised of the Invention and Licensee’s TipCat Technology and/or any other technology with respect to which Licensee, its Affiliates or Licenses are required to pay and actually pay royalties to a third party (Third Party Payments).

Intellectual Property shall mean any discoveries, inventions (whether patentable or not), materials, information, data, designs, formulae, ideas, methods, models, assays, research plans, procedures, designs for experiments and tests and results of experimentation and testing (including results of research or development) processes (including manufacturing processes, specifications and techniques), laboratory records, analytical and quality control data, trial data, case report forms, data analyses, reports or summaries and information contained in submissions to, and information from regulatory authorities.

Invention shall mean an innovative device to support interventional cardiologists in crossing, inter alia, chronic total occlusion (CTO) during the wiring step of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) procedures as generally described.  A guide wire placed inside a larger guide wire, where the smaller guide wire has a tip curvature and is movable inside of the larger guide wire. The handle contains a mechanism that allows physicians to change the tip curvature, adjusting the wire stiffness from floppy to stiff, extending the smaller wire from the distal tip, and producing impact tapings from the tip of the wire to the calcified arteries.

The Licensee’s TipCat Technology is based on a self-propelled device for movement through a lumen. Licensee’s TipCat technology is covered by the following U.S. patents and patent applications / continuations
Tip Propelled Device for Motion through a Passage
        
US 9,061,118
                                                                                                                US 14/746,660 (Cont.)
Inflatable Chamber Device for Motion through a Passage

US 9,427,143
                                                                                                                US 15/218,025 (Cont.)
Inflatable Balloon Device and Applications
                        
US 8,430,810
                                                                                                                US 8,790,246 (Cont.)
Multi-view Imaging System
                                                
US 8,317,688
Semi-Disposable Endoscope
                                                
US 8,398,540

Field of Use
“The integration of Licensor's technology with Licensor's existing robotic capabilities is yet another milestone in achieving our vision to develop micro-robotic medical technologies, utilizing the natural and artificial lumens in the human body, such as blood vessels and shunts.

Technology has the potential to be used in other spaces and applications, such as peripheral intervention, neurosurgery and urology.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27092

License Grant
The Company hereby grants to Licensee and its Affiliates, upon the terms and subject to the conditions set forth herein, a worldwide, exclusive right and sublicense under USC Patent Rights in the Field of Use.
License Property
Guardian Embolization Protection System patented technology for primary use in the neurointerventional and cardiology markets these markets focus on arteries and veins leading to the brain and those in the heart, and the removal of blockages in these veins and arteries.  The device is designed to prevent deadly embolisms during surgery to clear blocked arteries and prevent strokes and heart attacks.  The key to this device, known as the Guardian System, is a thin string of wire, really a metal tube not much larger in diameter than a human hair, with a marble-sized balloon attached toward the end.
Field of Use
'Field of Use' shall mean diagnostic and/or therapeutic devices used in the treatment or management of patients via the carotid artery or other arteries or veins.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26864

License Grant
University is willing to grant a worldwide, exclusive license in the defined FIELD OF USE to Licensee.  The University is the owner and that it has the right to exclusively license those inventions which are the subject matter of USC File No. 2651 entitled 'Balloon Protection Guide Wire Device For Carotid Balloon Angioplasty and Stenting' and USC Pile 2639 entitled 'New Balloon-Inflated Carotid Artery Stent to Assist in Carotid Artery Balloon Angioplasty'.
License Property
Guardian Embolization Protection System patented technology with primary use in the neurointerventional and cardiology markets these markets focus on arteries and veins leading to the brain and those in the heart, and the removal of blockages in these veins and arteries.  The device is designed to prevent deadly embolisms during surgery to clear blocked arteries and prevent strokes and heart attacks.  The key to this device, known as the Guardian System, is a thin string of wire, really a metal tube not much larger in diameter than a human hair, with a marble-sized balloon attached toward the end.

USC File 2651 U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 08/767,221 filed December 16, 1996 (abandoned) entitled 'Cerebral Protection Balloon For Use In Carotid Artery Angioplasty and Stenting'

USC File 2561 U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 08/906,890 filed August 6,1997 (which is a continuation of U.S. Ser. No. 08/767,221), entitled Angioplasty Catheter'.

USC File 2561 PCT Patent Application Serial No. PCT/US97/23257 filed December16, 1997 and corresponding to U.S. Patent Applications Serial Nos. 08/767,221and 08/906,890.

USC File 2639 Invention Disclosure entitled 'New Balloon-Inflated Carotid Artery Stent to Assist in Carotid Artery Balloon Angioplasty'.

Field of Use
'FIELD OF USE' shall mean diagnostic and/or therapeutic devices to be used in the treatment or management of patients via the carotid artery or other arteries or veins.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1710

License Grant
The Company hereby grants an exclusive, worldwide right and license, including the right to grant sublicenses, under the Technical Know-How, Licensed Patents and Improvements to practice methods and to manufacture, have manufactured, import, use, offer to sell, sell and otherwise dispose of Licensed Products within the Field of Technology; technology applications relating to the use of lasers to treat cardiovascular or vascular disease.
License Property
Licensed Products shall mean Patented Licensed Products and Unpatented Licensed Products and shall include single use, disposable products as well as the related laser hardware.

Transmyocardial laser revascularization (TMLR) has emerged as a promising therapy for patients with end-stage coronary artery disease not amenable to other forms of therapy. TMLR is a surgical technique typically performed through a left thoracotomy, which uses a laser to bore 15 to 30 transmural channels from the epicardial to the endocardial surfaces through the left ventricular myocardium of the beating heart in an attempt to improve local perfusion to ischemic myocardial territories not being reached by diseased arteries.

Field of Use
Field of Technology  shall mean the use of lasers to treat cardiovascular or vascular disease.

IPSCIO Record ID: 289181

License Grant
Licensor agrees to grant and does hereby grant to Licensee an exclusive, worldwide license (with right to sublicense) upon the terms and conditions hereinafter specified to evaluate, make, have made, use and sell in the Territory the Surgical Clip Technology, the Licensed Products, Licensed Processes and the Technical Information and including, without limitation, Improvements, Patents and Improvement Patents.  Licensor shall retain the right to permit the Inventors to use any of the Surgical Clip Technology, the Licensed Products, Licensed Processes and Technical Information, and including, without limitation, Improvements, Patents and Improvement Patents for human, neurosurgical procedures performed only by them in their existing neurosurgical practice and only until Licensee has developed a potential Royalty Product for clinical field testing. Such usage shall be without compensation to or liability on the part of Licensee; but all of the same shall be treated by Licensor as confidential Information of Licensee during the term of this Agreement.
License Property
Licensed Product means any apparatus, product, or device within the Surgical clip Technology which includes or encompasses intellectual property rights which will be or have been transferred from Licensor to Licensee under this Agreement.

Surgical Clip Technology means all of the patented or unpatented, patentable or unpatentable, scientific and technical information and know-how created and developed by the inventors during or previous to this Agreement relating to arrangements and techniques for surgical clips and applicators therefor, and includes, but is not limited to, the technology shown, described, and claimed in the patents and patent applications set forth and incorporated herein.
4,586,503 – Surgical microclip
4,733,664 – Surgical clip, applier, and method
4,983,176 – Deformable plastic surgical clip

Patent or Patent Rights are equivalent terms and shall mean any patent issuing on a patent application existing as of the effective date drawn to an invention within the Surgical Clip Technology and covering a Licensed Product Licensed Product, a Licensed Process or Technical Information including, without limitation, the patents and patent applications set forth and any reissue, reexamination, revalidation or registration patents and patents of addition based thereon and any later filed divisional, continuation, or reissue applications claiming priority therefrom and any patents issuing on said applications, and also any patent issuing on any later filed continuation-in-part application directed to substantially the same type of invention as that claimed in any patent or patent application listed.

Royalty Products mean products sold by Licensee and by any affiliate and/or sublicensee which are either (a) Licensed Products and/or a Licensed Process which are covered by one or more valid, enforceable patent claims in or which issue on or from the Patents or Improvement Patents; or (b) Licensed Products and/or a Licensed Process which are covered by one or more valid, enforceable patent claims in or which issue on or from the Patents or Improvement Patents, in combination with one or more Licensee Inventions.

The terms Micro Clip, Mezzo Clip, and Macro Clip and relate only to sizes and dimensions of surgical clips.

Improvement Patent means any patent issuing on a patent application which comes into existence on or after the effective date drawn to an invention within the Surgical Clip Technology covering a Licensed Product, a Licensed Process or Technical Information and any reissue, reexamination, revalidation or registration patents and patents of addition based thereon and any later filed divisional, continuation, or reissue applications claiming priority therefrom and any patents issuing on said applications, and also any patent issuing on a later filed patent application which is a continuation in part of any of the aforesaid patent applications and directed to substantially the same type of invention as that claimed in any such patent application.

Licensed Process means any process, method, or technique within the Surgical Clip Technology which includes or encompasses intellectual property rights which will be or have been transferred from Licensor to Licensee under this Agreement.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the medical industry relating to surgical clips for joining vessels and other surgical products, including wound closure products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 209561

License Grant
The Inventor, an individual, hereby sells, transfers, assigns, conveys, sets over, grants and delivers to Buyer, the Existing Technology and all of the Inventors worldwide rights, title and interest in and to the Existing Technology for whatever purpose or purposes Buyer shall, in its sole discretion, determine, including, without limitation, the exclusive right to make, use, or sell products utilizing the Existing Technology, and also including any and all prototypes, components, patents, patent infringement claims, trademarks and trade-names relating to the Existing Technology, all to the end that Buyer, by virtue of such purchase, shall be the sole owner of the Existing Technology.
License Property
Inventor has designed, invented and produced an experimental model of a nitinol blood clot filter.

'Patent' means that U.S. patent #4,425,908—— nitinol blood clot filter (the 'Filter').

Field of Use
The agreement is for the medical industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 290207

License Grant
The parties agree to amend the original agreement in connection with the proposed assignment of the Agreement of Party A. This amendment refers to the Licensor granting and does hereby grant to Licensee an exclusive, worldwide license (with right to sublicense) upon the terms and conditions hereinafter specified to evaluate, make, have made, use and sell in the Territory the Surgical Clip Technology, the Licensed Products, Licensed Processes and the Technical Information and including, without limitation, Improvements, Patents and Improvement Patents.  Licensor shall retain the right to permit the Inventors to use any of the Surgical Clip Technology, the Licensed Products, Licensed Processes and Technical Information, and including, without limitation, Improvements, Patents and Improvement Patents for human, neurosurgical procedures performed only by them in their existing neurosurgical practice and only until Licensee has developed a potential Royalty Product for clinical field testing. Such usage shall be without compensation to or liability on the part of Licensee; but all of the same shall be treated by Licensor as confidential Information of Licensee during the term of this Agreement.
License Property
Licensed Product means any apparatus, product, or device within the Surgical clip Technology which includes or encompasses intellectual property rights which will be or have been transferred from Licensor to Licensee under this Agreement.

Surgical Clip Technology means all of the patented or unpatented, patentable or unpatentable, scientific and technical information and know-how created and developed by the inventors during or previous to this Agreement relating to arrangements and techniques for surgical clips and applicators therefor, and includes, but is not limited to, the technology shown, described, and claimed in the patents and patent applications set forth and incorporated herein.
4,586,503 – Surgical microclip
4,733,664 – Surgical clip, applier, and method
4,983,176 – Deformable plastic surgical clip

Patent or Patent Rights are equivalent terms and shall mean any patent issuing on a patent application existing as of the effective date drawn to an invention within the Surgical Clip Technology and covering a Licensed Product Licensed Product, a Licensed Process or Technical Information including, without limitation, the patents and patent applications set forth and any reissue, reexamination, revalidation or registration patents and patents of addition based thereon and any later filed divisional, continuation, or reissue applications claiming priority therefrom and any patents issuing on said applications, and also any patent issuing on any later filed continuation-in-part application directed to substantially the same type of invention as that claimed in any patent or patent application listed.

Royalty Products mean products sold by Licensee and by any affiliate and/or sublicensee which are either (a) Licensed Products and/or a Licensed Process which are covered by one or more valid, enforceable patent claims in or which issue on or from the Patents or Improvement Patents; or (b) Licensed Products and/or a Licensed Process which are covered by one or more valid, enforceable patent claims in or which issue on or from the Patents or Improvement Patents, in combination with one or more Licensee Inventions.

The terms Micro Clip, Mezzo Clip, and Macro Clip and relate only to sizes and dimensions of surgical clips.

Improvement Patent means any patent issuing on a patent application which comes into existence on or after the effective date drawn to an invention within the Surgical Clip Technology covering a Licensed Product, a Licensed Process or Technical Information and any reissue, reexamination, revalidation or registration patents and patents of addition based thereon and any later filed divisional, continuation, or reissue applications claiming priority therefrom and any patents issuing on said applications, and also any patent issuing on a later filed patent application which is a continuation in part of any of the aforesaid patent applications and directed to substantially the same type of invention as that claimed in any such patent application.

Licensee Improvement Patent shall mean any Improvement Patent filed following the assignment date that is not a Post-Assignment Licensor Improvement Patent.

Post-Assignment Licensor Improvement Patent shall mean any Improvement Patent filed following the Assignment Date and containing at least one claim pertaining to an invention conceived in whole or in part by Licensor following the assignment date.

Licensed Process means any process, method, or technique within the Surgical Clip Technology which includes or encompasses intellectual property rights which will be or have been transferred from Licensor to Licensee under this Agreement.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the medical industry relating to surgical clips for joining vessels and other surgical products, including wound closure products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26835

License Grant
University hereby grants the Worldwide right under the Patent Rights to develop, manufacture, have manufactured, use, sell and offer for sale the Licensed Products.
License Property
U.S. University licensed its rights to U.S. Patent Application 09/442,666 filed 1/18/99 and based on USA Provisional filing #60/108,968 filed 11/18/98 entitled 'Expandable MRI Receiving Coil' and Continuation of U.S. Patent Application #09/517,894 filed 3/23/00 entitled ' Catheter Antenna for Magnetic Resonance Imaging' to its U.S.-based collaborative research partner.and offer for sale the products.
Field of Use
'Territory' shall mean worldwide.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2016

License Grant
The Company hereby grants to Licensee a worldwide, royalty-bearing, and exclusive license under the Subject Technology to make, have made, use, import, sell and offer for sale Licensed Products technology related to a percutaneous filter for carotid angioplasty (U.S.  Patent No. 5,695,519).

The Company is developing a percutaneous temporary filter that is mounted on a guide wire and is used to prevent stroke-causing blood clots from reaching various organs of the human body.

The filter is deployed remotely, opened within a vessel and then remotely closed, safely and reliably removed with clots intact within a mesh filter containing the entrapped material.  The size of the filter is such that blood flow is not significantly reduced through straining, but embolytic debris is caught and retained by the filter.

License Property
Subject Technology
1. U.S. Patent Number 5,695,519;
2. [Patent applications for percutaneous filters for carotid angioplasty and any patents arising out of such patent applications]

IPSCIO Record ID: 289220

License Grant
Licensor grants, under Licensor’s and each of its Affiliates’ respective rights in the Licensed Patents, a non-exclusive, non-transferable, worldwide, irrevocable, perpetual license to make, have made, use, import, export, market, sell, have sold, offer for sale, distribute and otherwise exploit Royalty-Bearing Products within the Orthopedic Field.

The Parties agree to promptly dismiss all claims and counter-claims with this agreement.

License Property
Royalty-Bearing Products means the Accused Products, the Non-Accused Products and any New Product or Other Product that Licensee elects to be a Royalty-Bearing Product; each of the foregoing solely to the extent the manufacture, use, sale, offering for sale, importation, exportation or other exploitation of which in a particular country would, in the absence of the licenses, covenants, releases and immunities granted by Licensor under this Agreement, infringe, contribute to the infringement of, or induce the infringement of any Valid Claim of any patent within the Licensed Patents issued in such country.

The accused products are Magnum I, Magnum II, and, Mini-Magnum.

The patents relate to Suture anchor, Bone suture, Body tissue fastening, Method of positioning body tissue relative to a bone, and, Method and apparatus for use in anchoring a suture.

Field of Use
Orthopedic Field means the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, analysis, treatment, prevention, correction, rehabilitation or study of injuries or disorders of the skeletal system and associated muscles, joints and ligaments.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26079

License Grant
Consultants agrees to, and hereby does, without any additional consideration, irrevocably and unconditionally assign and transfer outright all their respective right, title and interest in and to (a) any and all materials and work product created or developed by Consultants in the course of performing services under this Agreement (“Work Product”); (b) any and all Inventions, improvements, modifications (whether or not the same be reduced to written or computer-readable form) derived from the Inventions, the Services performed or Work Product created by Consultants hereunder, including but not limited to designs, drawings, specifications and standards, improvements and modifications and pictorial or graphic representations of images, prototypes models and test versions; and (c) any and all copyrights, trademarks, patents and patent rights, and applications therefor, if any, and any and all other intellectual property and/or industrial property rights in and to any and all of the foregoing (collectively Intellectual Property”).
License Property
Licensor is the creator, owner and inventor of proprietary inventions in the nature of reusable ergonomic modular disposable and re-usable hand instrumentation and the ideas, designs and concepts therefor.

Arthroscopic instruments covered by the said agreement
MF (Modular Forceps) description-Arthroscopy
The MF family of Arthroscopic hand instruments consists of a reusable, ergonomically superior handle and disposable and reusable, cleanable cable/tube/tip assembly (tip).
The modular feature allows using the same handle with a variety of tip styles, i.e. blunt nose, scooped nose, predator, duckbill, shovelhead styles. Loading and ejecting tips is easy and safe.
The tips may be cleaned via a flushing port and in some cases even re-sharpened.
The advantages in the MF concept are
Reduced cost and simplified inventory to the end user.
A flushing port that will allow inside flushing.
Much improved ergonomics to the surgeon, resulting in less fatigue and easy adaptation of the MF.

The MF Arthroscopic tip styles to be developed and manufactured under this agreement are
3.4 mm blunt punch
2.7 mm blunt punch
3.4 mm scoop punch
2.7 mm scoop punch
3.4 mm grasper
3.4 mm scissors

Lap-Choly MF (Modular Forceps) description
The MF family of Lap-Choly (LC) hand instruments consists of a reusable, ergonomically superior, insulated handle and disposable, and reusable, cleanable cable/tube/tip assembly (tip).
The modular feature allows using the same handle with a variety of tip styles, i.e. scissors, graspers, dissectors, needle holders and other styles. Loading and ejecting the tip is easy and safe.
The tips may be cleaned via a flushing port and in some cases re-sharpened.
The advantages in the MF concept are
Reduced cost and simplified inventory to the end user.
A flushing port that will allow inside flushing.
Much improved ergonomics to the surgeon, resulting in less fatigue and easy adaptation of the MF. The handles insulated while still providing metal handle grips and available ratchet-an industry first.

The MF lap-choly tip styles to be developed and manufactured under this agreement are
5 mm curved scissors.
5 mm Maryland dissector
5 mm Allis grasper
5 mm Predator style grasper
5 mm Atraumatic grasper
5 mm Needle holder

The MF handle and the elements of the tips are the subject of US Patent Application No. 60/717074

IPSCIO Record ID: 6158

License Grant
The Licensee and the Licensors, two individuals, entered into a worldwide License agreement for  the Invention, including without limitation the entire right, title and interest to the Patent Rights to the  Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) and a Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA) Device Percutaneous Catheter Directed Intravascular Occlusion Devices – US Patent 5725552 .  The agreement shall continue in full force and effect for the commercial life of all products covered under this Agreement unless otherwise terminated. Inventors also grant the Licensee the exclusive right, but not the obligation, to use one or all of the inventors, names in its name or trademark for any Products and to use one or all of the inventors’ names in connection with the advertising and marketing of Products.  Intra-cardiac devices are used in various medical procedures
License Property
Atrial septal defect (ASD) is a form of congenital heart defect that enables blood flow between two compartments of the heart called the left and right atria.
Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is a congenital disorder in the heart wherein a neonate's ductus arteriosus fails to close after birth.

IPSCIO Record ID: 163887

License Grant
Assignor sells, assigns, conveys, transfers and delivers to Assignee, its successors and permitted assigns, the Spot Catheter Patents and the Spot Catheter Technology and the Linear Catheter Patents and the Linear Catheter Technology to be used only in the Field of Use.
License Property
Assignor is in the business of developing implantable cardiac defibrillators and electrophysiology catheters. The IP includes patents and U.S. Patent Applications, Serial Nos. 08/496,947 and 09/073,651 and corresponding foreign patents.
Field of Use
The Field of Use shall mean the radio frequency (RF) cardiac ablation therapy field.  This agreement pertains to the medical industry.
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