||Calculating Damages Payments and Accounts of Profits in Patent Cases|
||Leigh Ellis is an intellectual property solicitor in London advising on business on patent disputes|
||It is all well and good to be encouraged to apply and obtain for patent protection. The main remedies for patent infringement are a narrow injunction to prevent future instances of the infringement, and either damages or an account of profits. In this article, we examine the measure of monetary compensation that may be awarded by these damages and accounts of profits and the factors taken into account in their calculation. |
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