Written by attorney Sreenivasarao Vepachedu | Jun 1, 2017

Patent Exhaustion Extinguishes Patent Exclusionary Power Globally

An exclusionary patent right bestowed upon an inventor or joint inventors for inventing new and non-obvious invention that is useful for the public, granted and enforced by an individual country under the laws of that country is limited by the exhaustion doctrine.

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