Clarification sought on induced patent infringement

03/18/2010 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

Two intellectual property associations filed an amicus brief requesting that the U.S. Court of Appeals clarify legal standards for proving that one party induced another to infringe patents. Cases involving induced infringement often hinge on proving a defendant's state of mind, lawyers said, which can quickly lead to murky legal territory. "You're always kind of groping in the dark," said an official from the American Intellectual Property Lawyers Association.

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