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Steering clear of five common US patent marking traps

In the first of two articles, Binal Patel and Kirk Sigmon discuss common patent marking pitfalls in the US, offering advice on how to avoid them

Patent owners and their licensees have a duty under 35 of the US Code § 287 to mark articles produced under a patent (e.g. by marking a product with Pat. 0,000,000) so that they do not forego damages accrued prior...

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