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Risks of exercising patents explained

Enforcing a patent in Korea can be an actionable tort. Young Hill Liew and Cheol Hwan Kim of Yulchon review recent decisions and explain how patent owners can avoid the pitfalls

Where a patentee exercises a registered patent, that exercise can become an actionable tort if it is illegal. But in preliminary injunctions, recent Korean court decisions indicate that some courts are reluctant to find such an exercise to be an...

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