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Patent infringement is committed by making, using, offering to sell, or selling any patented invention, within the United States during the term of the patent.  Remedies for a successful patent infringement suit consist of injunctive relief, damages for lost profits, business, etc., and, in some cases, attorney’s fees and court costs.  In addition, a court may award treble damages to a prevailing party for an infringers willful infringement.

If you believe a business has infringed on your patent, you may be able to file a lawsuit to make prohibit the infringement and recover financial compensation for damages.  If you would like your case reviewed by a patent attorney to determine if you have a case for patent infringement, contact us.

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