infringement


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an act or instance of breaking a law or regulation or of nonfulfillment of an obligation or promise, for example

an advance beyond proper or legal limits

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For example, in a recent case in a federal court in California, a jury awarded a verdict of $130 million for infringement of patents related to ear implants used by the hearing impaired.
Patent infringement litigation is often preceded by the accused party receiving a "cease-and-desist" letter.
Patent infringement in the United States occurs when someone makes, uses, sells, offers for sale or imports a technology or product that is the subject of an enforceable patent.
If a business fails to exercise due care under the circumstances, and continues with activity that is later found by a court to be infringing, it may be found liable for "willful" infringement.
(NYSE: MSI) has announced it has filed a claim for copyright infringement against Hytera Communications Corporation Limited (SHE: 002583) of Shenzhen, China and Hytera Communications (Australia) Pty Limited of Australia (collectively, "Hytera") in the Federal Court of Australia, the company said.
Motorola Solutions' application for leave to introduce the copyright infringement claim was heard on 13 December 2018 and orders were made by the Federal Court granting leave on 19 December 2018.
The devices that are the subject of Motorola Solutions' claim for copyright infringement include Hytera's so-called i-Series product line.
Motorola Solutions has filed a claim for copyright infringement against Hytera Communications of Shenzhen, China and Hytera Communications of Australia in the Federal Court of Australia.
for the infringement of their customers as "indirect"
This article argues, however, that the unbound infringement
on the would-be limiting principles that apply to unbound infringement.