Avoiding False Patent Marking Claims

Law360 (October 9, 2009, 3:22 PM EDT) -- Many in Corporate America have at least a basic understanding of patent law. If you copy a patented product and make, use, sell or offer to sell that copy, you may be liable for patent infringement.

And you can also be liable for patent infringement if you make a product or practice a method that infringes someone else's patent, even if you were not aware of their patent, and even if the patent's owner has never made the product or practiced the method. These are not the only ways to infringe a patent, but they are the most common.

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