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Many countries allow patent owners to sue infringers in private litigation. But in the United States, they also may leverage law enforcement to block infringing products at the border

Problems with private enforcement of patentsStephen Belisle, partner in Washington DC, and Seth Boeshore, associate in New York, of Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & ScintoJurisdictions worldwide allow patent owners to sue in private litigation to enforce patent rights. While courts oversee...




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