Royalties in UK Law

  • News
    • No. 8-6, June 1990
    • The Electronic Library
    • 445-456
    Chemical warfare: ACS fires back at Dialog The American Chemical Society (ACS) has finally answered Dialog's $150 mil‐lion lawsuit against it with a countersuit and accusations that Dialog defraude...
    ... ... finally answered Dialog's $ 150 mil-lion lawsuit against it with a countersuit and accusations that Dialog defrauded it of $10 million in royalties. ACS seeks an additional $30 million for punitive damages and asked the courts to insist on a formal audit of Dialog's payments. In its 31 August ... ...
  • Review of Australia's Petroleum Resource Rent Tax: Implications from a Case Study of the Gorgon Gas Project
    • No. 45-2, June 2017
    • Federal Law Review
    • 0000
    Australia has welcomed new business investment of $200 billion for integrated gas projects. However lower than expected tax receipts have tempered the early optimism of project benefits. In particu...
    ... ... Findings from a case study of an operational gas project include the need for PRRT modifications, and the additi on of royalties for particular integrated natural gas projects in Commonwealth waters. The article is significant for its unique overview of Austra lias petroleum ... ...
    • Vol. 24 No. 2, July 2019
    • Art Antiquity & Law
    • Marber, Sinclaire Devereux
    ... ... The United Kingdom has opposed resale royalties since their inception, but was obligated to implement the Directive of the European Parliament and Council 'on the resale right for the benefit of ... ...
  • SSRC Archive: Coal Industry
    • No. 30-2, June 1983
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ... ... 30. No. 2. June. 1983 i!J 1~83 Scottish Economic Society SSRC Archive : Coal Industry In Britain, in 1938, the coal royalties together with surface wayleaves (the right to move coal across property) were nationalised with compensation paid to the previous ... ...
  • Don't miss out on patent opportunity: April will see the introduction of lower corporation tax on profits from patented products and services.
    • No. 2013, December 2013
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Wallin, Nick
    • Technical notes
    ... ... purposes, it could be assumed that a company has agreed to pay 5 per cent of the profits generated by use of the patented system in royalties per patent. While 5 per cent may sound like a relatively small proportion of the profits generated, it is usually possible to secure more than one ... ...
    • No. 45-2, May 1983
    • Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
    ... ... In the present case, though, the problem is resolved by data availability considerations. The subsidiaries' payments for royalties and technical fees per unit of gross sales will be used as an indicator of the transfer of firm-specific technology (some qualifications in using ... ...
  • Technology Transfer — An International Two‐way Street
    • No. 87-7/8, July 1987
    • Industrial Management & Data Systems
    • 3-9
    Britain produces about six per cent of the world's technology, but is one of the few net exporters of licensed technology. R&D spend in the UK is smaller than its main competitors, and more R&D is ...
    ... ... How Does the UK Perform at Technology Transfer? A crude way of assessing the position of the UK in technology is to examine the flow of royalties in and out of the UK. Figure 1 shows the trend of net overseas earnings "First presented at the Offshore and Maritime Technology Transfer 86 ... ...
  • The Sovereignty Of The Imperial Parliament
    • No. 23-6, November 1960
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... virtue of the legislative power of the Commonwealth Parliament.B By section 19 (8) it was provided that royalties should be paid on gramophone records at the rate of 5 per cent. of their retail price; it was further provided that if ... ...
  • Transfer pricing: Danny Beeton and Guy Kersch explain why more and more FDs will need to query the transfer pricing basis for most items on their income statements and balance sheets.
    • No. 2007, December - September 2007
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Beeton, Danny
    • Technical matters
    ... ... from related parties, do the terms and prices compare fairly with any sales to third parties or to open market rates? Should internal royalties have been charged? Check against intangible assets on the balance sheet. Has any requirement to charge for services or the use of premises been ... ...
  • Definition of Invention in Patent Law*
    • No. 7-4, November 1944
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... and “ mere improve- ments” is most helpful to the patent lawyer, and ultimately I agree with his suggestion that royalties only and not a monopoly should be awarded to patentees in cases where the contribution to the art made by the inventor ... ...
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