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Title: Mental Elements of Patent Infringement Compensation: Empirical Survey of Taiwan Judicial Decisions and Its Comparative Implications
Authors: 王立達
Wang, Richard Li-dar
Hong, Shao-ting
Contributors: 法學院
Keywords: Patent Infringement;Negligence;Intent;Willfulness;Duty of Care
Date: 2016-06
Issue Date: 2018-03-21 17:31:34 (UTC+8)
Abstract: During 2000 to 2007, Taiwan courts gradually settled on negligence liability for damages from patent infringement, and required plaintiffs to bear the burden of proof. The Intellectual Property Court since 2008 ruled defendants with low duty of care of no fault and unliable for damages. This experience may be of help for strict-liability countries that suffer from abusive patent assertions.
Relation: Journal of The Intellectual Property: Intellectual Property Forum, No.105, pp.60-64
Data Type: article
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