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In the transfer of an asset, liability, or anything else, the party that makes the transfer. That is, the assignor originally holds the asset or liability and gives or sells it to the assignee.


A person making an assignment.

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Disposable Absorbent Article With Enhanced Absorption Properties, No 8,017,827; Harald Hermann Hundorf, Bonn, Germany; Holger Beruda, Schwaibach, Germany; Horst Blessing, Cincinnati, OH; Peter Dziezok, Hochheim, Germany; Axel Krause, Erftstadt, Germany; Mattias Schmidt, Idstein, Germany; Lutz, Stelzig, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Assignors to Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH
8,016,803; Joerg Mueller, Karben, Germany; Cornelia Martynus, Nid-derau-Ostheim, Germany; Ralf Geilich, Eppstein, Germany; Simone Seeboth, Schwalbach, Germany; Erkaterina Ana-toiyevna, Ponomarenko, Bad Soden, Germany and Michael Divo, Friedrichsdorf, Germany; Assignors to Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH
However, if the equities weighed in favor of an assignee/employer as against an assignor/employee, it was not likely that the equities would favor many assignors.
patent exhaustion, as in Quanta Computer, (23) or assignor estoppel) and has never directly ruled on other issues (e.
7,918,838 B2; Hi-ronao Minato, Kaiyo Nakajima and Naoko Takada, assignors to Uni-Charm Corporation, Ehime, Japan
7,919,669 B2; Donald Roe, Barry Feist, Krista Comstock and Lisa Goodlander, assignors to The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH
7,927,323 B2; Satoshi Mizutani, Koichi Yamaki, Kanonji and Yuki Noda, assignors to Uni-Charm Corporation, Kawanoe-shi, Japan.
7,919,666 B2; Thomas dorzynski, assignors to Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc.
7,910,796 B2; Thorsten Bechert and Peter Steinrucke, assignors to Bio-Gate AG, Nuremburg, Germany.
7,354,425; Satoshi Mizutani, Koichi Yamaki and Yuki Noda, assignors to Uni-Charm Corporation, Ehime, Japan.
7,354,646; Shunichi Himori, Kiichi Itoh, Yoshiaki Mori, Yasunari Sugyo and Taisuke Ishii, assignors to Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.
The assignor may be tempted to argue that there was an implied acceptance of the tenant's surrender.