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Tips for resolving the current conditions in patent infringement invalid search

2019-04-30 Legal No comment

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*What if you infringe on a company's patents or products?

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* What if a company's patent or product infringes your patent?

Settlement conditions:

Condition 1: If you infringe, you need to defend your claim to save yourself. This can be done by doing some detailed analysis.

Solution:

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* When obtaining a patent, it is necessary to check the claims of the current patent, whether the potential, technology and other features are novel.

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* Need to check patent claims, potential, technology and other features are in practice.

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*If the product of this particular patent is already on the market, please check if the technical aspect of the patent is applied in an important way of patented product/service

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*Check whether patent claims are complete and accurate

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* Also check to see if the patent holder has infringed any of your patents.

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* Examine the independent claims identified as competitor infringement, whether the potential, technology and characteristics exist in the customer's controlled patent, product or service, matching or equivalent to the customer's controlled patent, product or service.

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* Determine if the infringement is literal or equivalent. Also check whether the infringement is direct, indirect or apportioned. This is achieved by execution

1] Analysis of claims

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2] Technical ability assessment

Condition 2: Determine if other companies have infringed your patent or product. This can be done by doing some detailed analysis

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* A patent search is required to determine whether a competitor's patent or product uses any of the independent claims, features and technical features of your patent.

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* A non-patent search is required to determine whether a competitor's patent or product uses any of the independent claims, features and technical features of your patent. This search involves searching for competitors' technical literature, product literature, brochures or brochures, advertisements, promotional materials, user guides, product packaging and related websites.

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* Identify key technologies, features and functions of each competitor's patent, product or service that are closely related or equivalent to the customer's patent key statement, functionality, technology and functionality. This is achieved by simply breaking down the competitor's patent claims into elements and searching for all the elements that match your patent claims.

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* Determine if the infringement is literal or equivalent. Also check whether the infringement is direct, indirect or apportioned. This is achieved by execution

1] Analysis of claims

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2] Technical ability assessment

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