infringement of patent


infringement of patent
A tort. Carbice Corp. v American Patents Development Corp. 283 US 27, 75 L Ed 819, 51 S Ct 334. The violation of a right secured to the inventor by the Patent Law. The manufacture, use, or sale of the patented process or instrumentality without authorization on the part of the patentee. Goodyear Shoe Machinery Co. v Jackson (CA 1 Mass) 112 F 146. The use of a patented invention beyond the valid terms of a license. General Talking Pictures Corp. v Western Electric Co. 305 US 124, 83 L Ed 81, 59 S Ct 116, reh den 305 US 675, 83 L Ed 437, 59 S Ct 355.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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