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Patents Is it possible for a plaintiff in a patent infringement case to obtain an amount equivalent to a reasonable royalty? Can attorney’s fees be awarded/recovered in a patent infringement case? Is there an additional remedy for infringement of a design patent? Can patent infringement occur by states and/or their officials? Provide the U.S.C. citation(s). The US patent system provides inventors a way for shielding not just how their products are utilized and work (utility patents) but the way they appear (design patents) as well. Therefore, anybody who develops a new, innovative, ornamental and non-obvious design for a product might get patent safety. Yes, it is possible for a plaintiff in a patent infringement case to obtain an amount equivalent to a reasonable royalty. The court in some cases might award rational attorney fees to the party provided that there is a strong and substantial proof of material unsuitable conduct or litigation which was “factually groundless’’. Additionally,

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