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Leveraging a Hybrid Solution that combines the expertise of our patent professionals with the state-of-the-art technology of our AI & LLM-driven XLSCOUT platform, we provide exemplary EoU Claim Charts. Our aim is to empower clients with comprehensive infringement analysis, enabling them to safeguard and preserve their invaluable intellectual property (IP).

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  • Experienced team of 250+ members, comprising Ph.D. holders, Ex-USPTO Examiners, Patent Agents, and Masters’ degree holders, having expertise in core domains. 
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What is a reasonable royalty?​

It is an estimation of damages in patent infringement cases. It is a calculation of the amount the patent holder would have received from the patent infringer in a hypothetical license negotiation at the time the infringement began.​

What is the importance of a cease and desist letter?​

Cease and desist letters may be used as part of a patent holder’s enforcement strategy. It is a notice to the infringer from the patent holder to stop an alleged infringement activity. This letter can serve several benefits to the patent holder. If the recipient complies with the letter, time and cost of litigation is saved. Even if the recipient does not comply, the letter may lead to a licensing agreement with the other party. This letter may even be useful in any future court proceedings for proving patent infringement and claim damages if the alleged infringer ignores the letter.

What is the penalty for willful infringement?​

In willful infringement, the court can award up to three times of the actual damages incurred.​

What are the types of indirect patent infringement?​

There are two types of indirect infringement:

(i) Contributory infringement and

(ii) Induced infringement.​

What is Patdigger, and how does it facilitate infringement searches?

Patdigger is an advanced web-based patent search engine specifically engineered to conduct in-depth analysis of patent data obtained from various databases. Its robust features enable comprehensive infringement searches with ease.  

Patdigger utilizes a rapid ranking mechanism to assess patent landscapes swiftly, allowing users to identify potential patent infringements efficiently. By uncovering relevant patents and associated entities or individuals,  

Patdigger empowers users to make informed decisions and gain valuable insights into potential patent infringement cases. 

What is patent licensing?​

It refers to the process of assigning the ownership of a patent to a third party so that they can make, use, and sell your invention in an exchange of pre-decided royalty.​

How can I use the results of a patent infringement analysis to inform my business decisions?

The results of a patent infringement analysis can provide valuable information to inform your business decisions. If potential patent infringement risks are identified, you may choose to modify your product or service to avoid infringing on existing patents. Alternatively, you may decide to license or acquire the rights to use the patented technology. In some cases, the search may reveal opportunities for innovation and development of new products or services. 

What kind of information is included in a patent infringement search report?

A patent infringement search report typically includes information on patents that may be relevant to your product or service. This may include a list of relevant patents, information on the scope of the patents, and an analysis of how your product or service may be impacted by the patents. The report may also include recommendations for how to mitigate potential risks, such as modifying your product or service or licensing the patented technology. 

What are the potential defenses to a patent infringement claim?

There are several potential defenses to a patent infringement claim that a defendant may raise, including: 

Invalidity: The defendant may argue that the patent in question is invalid, either because it was not properly granted by the patent office, or because it does not meet the legal requirements for patentability. 

Non-infringement: The defendant may argue that their product or process does not infringe on the patent, either because it operates differently or because the patent claims are too broad or vague. 

Prior art: The defendant may argue that the invention claimed in the patent is not novel or non-obvious, and that similar inventions existed before the patent was filed. 

Experimental use: The defendant may argue that they were using the patented invention for experimental purposes, in order to improve upon it or develop a competing product. 

Estoppel: The defendant may argue that the patent holder made misleading statements or engaged in other behavior that should prevent them from enforcing the patent against the defendant. 

License: The defendant may argue that they have a license or other permission to use the patented invention, either from the patent holder or from another party with the right to grant licenses. 

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