This glossary lists words and phrases that have been given meanings by courts, legislation, patent offices, or doctrine. (See also: Choose your words)
 The list
This is alphabetically ordered, but you should probably use the "Page search" feature of your webbrowser. For example, "deliberate indifference" is in the list, but if you're looking for forms of "indifference" and you look at terms beginning with "i", you won't find "deliberate indifference".
- Clear and Convincing - USA: Pat-O, more
- Computer-implemented inventions
- deliberate indifference - USA, patently-o article
- Doctrine of Equivalents
- Indirect infringement - when a product developer distributes something and the user will infringe the patent.
- Invention as a whole
- Patent abuse, see: When is patent abuse illegal?
- reissued patent
- should have known - USA, patently-o article
- Wilful infringement
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