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Role of Key Design Features in Design Patent Infringement Evaluation

Issued: November 30 2017

When evaluating design patent infringement, it is important to not only compare the infringing product with the cited prior design, but also to make clear the usual design of the specified product and introduce prior arts into the analysis. Hao Chen and Haiyan Wu explain.

 

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