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What constitutes a patent infringement?

According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), once you have been awarded a patent for your invention or intellectual property, anyone who tries to make, use, sell, offer, or import an invention just like yours from another country has infringed upon your intellectual property rights. At this point, you can sue the offender in a federal court and ask for an immediate injunction that would stop the accused’s actions and prevent any further losses or damages. You can also seek relief for any loss of income that the violation caused. If you want some help on how to protect against infringement check out a recent blog post from my site!

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