assignor


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Assignor

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.

assignor

A person making an assignment.

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Under the Westinghouse reasoning, the Supreme Court stepped away from a broad prohibition against the assignor challenging the assigned patent.
There had previously been a controversy over whether an assignee for the benefit of creditors is the direct successor of the assignor, with respect to a claim against assignor's former counsel for legal malpractice.
Code 2333, the anti-terrorism statute; at least $35 billion (treble damages of $150 million per assignor plus $12 billion for property damage and business interruption) plus punitive damages.
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7,918,838 B2; Hironao Minato, Kaiyo Nakajima and Naoko Takada, assignors to Uni-Charm Corporation, Ehime, Japan.
7,354,425; Satoshi Mizutani, Koichi Yamaki and Yuki Noda, assignors to Uni-Charm Corporation, Ehime, Japan.
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7,927,322 B2; Bliss Elizabeth Cohen, Stephen Campbell and Garry Woltman, assignors to Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc.
7,445,835; Shin Serizawa, Kazuhiko Inoue and Masatoshi Iji, assignors to NEC Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.
7,402,336; Junji Yokoyama and Yoshikazu Soeda, assignors to Nitto Denko Corporation, Osaka, Japan.