Remedies for Patent Infringement Self-Quiz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An ?equitable remedy? is one which is:
Choice 1 Fair.
Choice 2 Adequate in amount to compensate for lost sales.
Choice 3 Compels a party to act, or not act, in a certain way.
Choice 4 Not available in patent infringement cases.
Treble damages are available in patent infringement cases when:
Choice 1 The jury sees fit.
Choice 2 The judge sees fit.
Choice 3 The PTO interferes on behalf of an indigent patent owner.
Choice 4 Treble damages are never available in patent infringement cases.
Attorney?s fees may be awarded in a patent infringement case under which of the following sections?
Choice 1§271.
Choice 2§284.
Choice 3§285.
Choice 4 Attorney’s fees are never available in patent infringement cases.
One way to measure damages in a patent infringement case is to:
Choice 1 Base damages on the reasonable royalties the patent owner might have been able to demand in the market.
Choice 2 Base damages on the patent holder’s lost profits.
Choice 3 Either A or B.
Choice 4 Neither A or B.

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