The Meaning of Patent Infringement and Patent Litigation

In This Presentation:

Top 10 Q’s & A’s About Patent Litigation:

- 1. Can I Infringe a Patent If I Am Not Aware of It?

- 2. How Do I Tell Whether a Patent is Infringed?

- Novelty/Validity vs. Infringement Analysis

- Claim Interpretation – Infringement Analysis

- Design Patent Infringement

- Avoiding Infringing The Patents Of Others

- 3. What Does an Infringement Notice Letter Mean?

- 4. Will My Adversary See My Confidential Docs?

- 5. We Have Insurance; What Do We Do?

- 6. Can I Challenge the Validity of a Patent?

- 7. Why Do Most Cases Settle?

- 8. What is Claim Construction?

- 9. What Is a Summary Judgment Motion?

- 10. Where Can I Get More Info. About IP Litigation?

- Excerpt from 8. What is Claim Construction?

•Claims are the most important part of a patent

–Define the scope of the protected invention

•Claim construction = determining the meaning and scope of the claims (“construing”) in litigation

•Determined by a court, which looks to:

–Claim language

–Patent specification

–Prosecution history

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Topics:  Claim Construction, Confidential Documents, Infringement, Inventions, Patent Litigation, Patents

Published In: Intellectual Property Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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