Tuesday, December 10

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A patent only protects an invention within the jurisdiction that issued it. So a US patent can only be enforced within the United States. This simple fact has led many companies to try to circumvent patent protection by designing and producing a product that would infringe on a US patent in another jurisdiction, and then using a third-party to distribute the product in the United States. By designing and manufacturing offshore in a jurisdiction where the invention is not patented, a company is not directly infringing the US patent. Only the third-party distributes the product is liable for direct infringement. However, the third-party is often a shell with no assets, a relatively unsophisticated middleman, or an important customer that the holder of the infringed patent is unlawf...
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