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Newman, D.B., Jr. ; David Newmann & Assoc., Washington, DC, USA

There are intangible factors that make it difficult to predict the ultimate outcome of any given patent litigation. The key analysis for any infringement action must include an examination of infringement (literal or under the doctrine of equivalents), laches, validity, and damages. The author pinpoints critical "tips" that may help engineers and corporate management determine the likelihood of success of any given patent infringement action.<>

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 7 )