Patent Infringement

Patent infringement is the act of making, using, selling, or offering to sell a product protected by some patent without the permission of the patent owner. The person who infringes the patent is called “infringer”.

A patent owner can sue the infringer for the infringement. Suit can be filed in the federal court. If infringement is proved by the owner of the patent, the court may order monetary damages and injunction against infringement.

If infringement proceedings have been initiated against you in the court of law, you can take a defense that the subject patent is not new and it was already public before it was granted and it is a prior art.

Intellectual Property Logium assists you in prosecuting or defending patent infringement.

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