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What Qualifies As Patent Infringement?

When you obtain a patent, you're asserting that you get credit and royalties from your invention. This also asserts that no individual or business is able to use your idea or invention without your permission. This isn't anything new; the first recorded use of patent law was more than 228…

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What Happens In the Case Of Patent Infringement?

If you have taken out a patent or trademark and someone uses your property without your permission, you might need to take them to court. Because your invention is protected for 20 years past the application filing date, anyone who is infringing on your idea can be taken to court.…

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Herman Miller v. Office Star

On Tuesday, October 11, a federal jury in California awarded Herman Miller Inc. $8.4 million in a trade dress lawsuit against Office Star. Office Star was accused of using Herman Miller’s overall look of its Eames office chair line in the trade dress suit. Herman Miller is best known for…

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