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assignee

The person(s) or corporate body to whom all or limited rights under a patent are legally transferred.
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Accordingly, both arrangements may support the claim that overseas assignees are at least part-time employees of the U.
If an objection is not filed within the time prescribed, the assignee may continue to operate the assignor's business for an additional 90 days.
Reassurance helps provide guidance and support to assignees with elderly or less able dependents in the UK whilst they are overseas.
This phase is designed to acquaint the assignee with general lifestyle information, community resources, housing and school options, answers to questions and concerns related to the move.
They can also provide further valuable networks and create a better sense of security if a business sponsor guides the repatriation of assignees and improves their chances of gaining a meaningful job upon return.
assignee of Absolute Resolutio, assignee of Mitsubishi, vs.
A virtual assignee may work solely for the benefit of a host country subsidiary, yet remain on a home country payroll and be present for a minimal period in the host country.
Over the last fifteen years, the number of women, dual career families, and technically-skilled employees have greatly increased in the workforce, and these sub-groups are accounting for a larger percentage of the international assignee population.
The lessee, if a registrant, may claim an input tax credit for the GST paid or payable to the assignee.
We also have some concern about the provision that would amend the TILA assignee liability and expose an assignee to all the claims and defenses the consumer could assert against the creditor from failure to comply with any TILA requirement.
1990), to review the claim of a provider of medical services who is an assignee of the insured for payment from the insurer under the terms of an insured's group insurance contract.
In the 2012 Global Relocation Trends Survey report, companies reporting growth in international assignee populations jumped nearly 50 percent from 2011 and well beyond what has been reported in Brookfield Global Relocation Services' last three annual trends reports.