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Política criminal

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VAN WEEZEL, Alex. THE CRIME OF INFRINGING A PATENT THROUGH EQUIVALENCE OR THROUGH IMITATION. Polít. crim. [online]. 2013, vol.8, n.15, pp.170-209. ISSN 0718-3399.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-33992013000100005.

The doctrine of equivalents and its limitations are a determining element in the balance between the certainty of the protection granted by a patent and the restriction of such protection so far as it is convenient for the community. This balance is at the base of the industrial property system and the tension between its two ends characterizes the legally protected object in the crimes of patent infringement. This paper seeks to show, in the light of comparative law, the relevance of this doctrine for the interpretation of the crimes under Article 52 of Law Nr. 19.039, in particular as regards the terms "patented invention", "patented process" and "imitate an invention patent application pending" when it comes to contrast a patented (or patent application pending) invention or process with an allegedly infringing invention or process.

Palabras clave : Patent; doctrine of equivalents; crimes against intellectual property; patent claims interpretation; prior art.

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