patent infringement

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Noun1.patent infringement - violation of the rights secured by a patent
infringement, violation - an act that disregards an agreement or a right; "he claimed a violation of his rights under the Fifth Amendment"
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5, Samsung and Cisco signed a cross-licensing agreement of their own with the intention of guarding against future patent litigation.
Their practice focuses on patent prosecution and counseling in the electrical, telecommunications and medical device fields, and patent litigation in these areas and the life sciences, with experience in the Eastern District of Texas.
Summary: Did you know that patent litigation has cost companies around the world about $13 billion in defense expenses and settlements last year?
According to PricewaterhouseCoopers' (PwC) 2013 Patent Litigation Study, 2012 was a "banner year for patent infringement litigation.
He also shares he experiences with patent litigation cases, using several cases as example strategies for negotiation and developing a settlement.
Summary: Legislation regarding patent litigation has been a focus for federal and state lawmakers over the last year as many in Washington consider the importance of .
Too often patent litigation is approached as a "whack-a-mole" exercise: the litigants push all of the issues as hard as they can and see where the dust settles.
So far in 2014, according to Lex Machina, there has been a significant decline in the number of patent litigation case filings.
The patent litigation between Cingular and Ring Plus, Inc.
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The Report offers analysis of current and pending WiMAX-related patent litigation, and analysis of IP and Patents with registered IEEE Letters of Assurance.
He brings to the firm expertise in both patent prosecution and patent litigation.