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Supreme Court: Actual Knowledge Or "Willful Blindness" To Patent Infringement Required For Inducement Liability

June 01, 2011

Patent infringement can be “direct” or “indirect.” A “direct” infringer makes, uses, offers to sell, sells, or imports the patented invention in the United States. One type of “indirect” infringement—inducement—occurs when one “actively induces infringement of a patent” by another.

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