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June 06, 2011

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FTC Attorney

Now, if you own a patent, and you believe it has been infringed, you will have to pursue your claim through civil litigation in the federal court system.

Mike

A patent is referred to a set of rights granted to an individual or business by the state that gives them public disclosure of a new invention for a specific amount of time. This grant does not actually give the holder the exclusive right to practice the invention, but simply the right to preclude other outside parties from using or imitating it. Patent Litigation is a controversy or disagreement between two independent parties regarding a dispute of intellectual or physical property.

Pwerschulz

Caution to fellow #patent prosecution attorneys - what we do is confidential but may not be privileged.

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