Monthly Archives: July 2007

Defending a patent infringement in court – take recourse of Reverse Doctrine of Equivalents

Doctrine of Equivalents was set forth by US Supreme Court in 1950 to extent the protection of patent rights to a good patent holders beyond the literal meaning of the claims i.e. literal infringement. US Supreme Court also established Function-Way-Result … Continue reading

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