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Patent InfringementWednesday, March 9th, 2011
What is Patent Infringement?
Patent infringement is when a company or individual uses, manufactures, imports, sells, or offers a patent protected invention for sale without a license from the patent holder. Patent infringement liability in the United States also extends to those who knowingly induce others to infringe.
Types of Patent Infringement:1. Direct Patent InfringementDirect patent infringement is when a company or individual produces, sells, or imports a product or technology that is protected by a patent.
Direct patent infringement is often times accidental but carries high costs and damages.
2. Indirect Patent InfringementIndirect patent infringement often involves a level of deception and involves either induced patent infringement or contributory infringement which we will describe next. This type of infringement typically relates to companies or individuals that knowingly aid a third party in the infringement or sell components they know would only be used in the case of infringement.
3. Contributory Patent InfringementContributory patent infringement occurs when a company or individual knowingly sells components that are only reasonably used for a patented invention.
4.Induced Patent InfringementInduced patent infringement occurs when a company or individual license a previously patented invention or sell instructions on how to construct a patented invention. This type of infringement often leads to direct infringement by the third party and is a case where the inducer knowingly aided in the infringement without directly infringing on the patent themselves.
Patent Infringement Cost
Patent infringement can end up costing a patent holder a tremendous amount of money in lost opportunity in the marketplace and carries heavy penalties for infringers. Due to the complexity of patent infringement legal cases, the cost of going to court on patent infringement is often very costly to both parties in the short term.
How to Sue for Patent Infringement Damages
To sue for patent infringement damages, a patent holder must be able to prove patent infringement by a company or individual and be able to directly relate that infringement to damages they incurred. These damages can be calculated as lost investment, market opportunity, market growth, company growth, etc. Often, patent damages are calculated on a variety of factors including a factor of the money made by the infringing party.