noninfringement

noninfringement

(ˌnɒnɪnˈfrɪndʒmənt)
n
(Law) law an absence or lack of infringement, esp of a patent
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In addition to adding language referring specifically to an exclusion of the warranty of noninfringement, a licensor could consider getting positive agreement to the terms of the license.
The infringers, often previously unaware of either the patent or the patentee, must then compile "clear and convincing evidence" of either invalidity or noninfringement. The introduction of third-party inputs into the PTO's consideration of the applicant's (in the case of a pre-issuance challenge) or the patentee's (in the case of a post-grant challenge) materials thus promises to improve patent quality, simultaneously reducing the burden on those accused of infringing bad patents and strengthening the hand of those possessing good patents (thereby motivating some patentees to submit their own patents to reexamination).
(119.) The licensee brought a declaratory judgment action of noninfringement and moved for summary judgment based on naked licensing.
(e) litigation outcomes: whether each patent was ever adjudicated on the merits and, if so, whether the outcome was a finding of infringement, noninfringement, or invalidity; (67) and
After rejecting the television manufacturers' motion to dismiss the antitrust claim, the court granted their motion for summary judgment of noninfringement. Sony Elecs., Inc.
He also has significant experience in licensing, noninfringement and freedom-to-operate opinions, and advising clients on complex intellectual property transactions.
In trademark law the ideal of consumer autonomy reclaims whatever extension of access users and consumers achieved through noninfringement rulings.
EchoStar hired a respected patent law firm to review the results and obtained three opinions of noninfringement.
American counterclaimed for a declaratory judgment of noninfringement or
Given the speed with which patent matters can be brought to full trial on the merits in the English courts, it is now well-established practice to require those seeking to introduce a generic version of a well-established pharmaceutical to 'clear the path' of any patents that might block the way and be asserted against them, whether by seeking to revoke such patents, or seeking a declaration of noninfringement, or both.
REPRESENTATION OR DEFECTIVE MEDIA MAY WARRANTIES WITH BE RETURNED FOR RESPECT TO THE REPLACEMENT WITHOUT CONTENTS HEREOF CHARGE DURING THE 30-DAY AND SPECIFICALLY WARRANTY PERIOD DISCLAIMS ANY UNLESS THE MEDIA HAS IMPLIED WARRANTIES BEEN DAMAGED BY OF NONINFRINGEMENT, ACCIDENT OR MISUSE.
The countersuit calls for a judgment of noninfringement, and alleges that Applera has engaged in patent misuse, unfair competition and fraudulent activity in the filing of its patents.