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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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Relationship building It is essential for international assignees to take the time to build relationships with their African colleagues while also remaining mindful of local cultures and attitudes toward age, race, and gender.
Accordingly, both arrangements may support the claim that overseas assignees are at least part-time employees of the U.
An ABC is primarily distinguishable from the federal bankruptcy process in that 1) it does not impose an automatic stay in favor of the debtor (4); 2) it does not grant an assignee special authority to recover assets that were transferred immediately before the filing (5); and 3) unlike most types of bankruptcy proceedings, it does not provide a discharge of any debt.
Assignees with elderly dependents can feel incredibly isolated as they struggle to find the best possible solution for themselves and their dependents.
No longer does a new assignee to Japan, Mr Brad Smith say, suddenly arrive with his wife Angelina at his hotel, pull out the Yellow Pages and try to find a home, a school for the kids, a doctor, a language teacher and all the things that go into living here--and not only here, but in practically any reasonably sized city in the world.
Figure 2 shows the inventors with the most patent documents in the field, along with their associated assignee (company).
It is clear that there is an important role for trainers and coaches in international mobility management: from coaches working with business sponsors and mentors to help individual assignees manage their expectations, to trainers working pre-departure to prepare expatriates for their projects.
While 57 per cent of companies said the majority of their male assignees are accompanied by a partner, just 16 per cent said most of their female expatriates are.
For traditional three- to five-year assignments, most organisations have set procedures for reporting assignee moves and income.
Such prohibitions may severely limit the universe of potential subtenants and assignees.
Rights and powers of assignees are no greater than those provided under state law.
Create an on-line company newsletter designed for international assignees.