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The information provided in this website is intended to help you to understand the patent sales process, review patents offered for sale and submit offers for them. The patent-related information is not intended to constitute legal analysis, notice or an accusation of infringement. Potential purchasers must rely on their own examination and evaluation in deciding on the value of the patents. HP makes no representation or warranties regarding the patents or the sales process, and HP disclaims any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.


HP may, at any time and without prior notice, (a) modify the content and operation of this website, (b) cancel the Online Sales Program or otherwise limit access to the website, (c) remove or modify the specific patents and/or patent lots offered for sale, and (d) modify the offer process and any and all terms for the sale of patents including, but not limited to, pricing. You should regularly access this website to review the then-available patents offered for sale and the then-current terms and conditions of HP's standard patent sales agreement.


HP may, in its sole discretion, reject any and all offers for whatever reason it deems appropriate. No obligations or commitments, whether express, implied or otherwise, shall be binding upon HP or its affiliates unless and until a final, written agreement (in the form of HP's patent sales agreement) is executed by and between HP and a prospective purchaser.


For a period of two (2) years from the date on which an offer is submitted to HP through its Online Patent Sales Program, HP agrees to use reasonable care to keep confidential and not disclose to any third party, other than its employees, advisors and consultants having a need to know, the name of the prospective purchaser making the offer and the companies for which a clearance of rights is requested. Notwithstanding the foregoing, HP shall have no obligation to keep confidential any part of such offer which: (a) has been approved in writing by the prospective purchaser, (b) is or becomes publicly disclosed other than by a breach of confidentiality by HP, or (c) is disclosed pursuant to a lawful action, law or rule of a governmental or judicial entity.



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