Pittsburgh, PA asked in Patents (Intellectual Property) for Pennsylvania

Q: So is this patent restricting anyone else from making any type belt temp sensor kit using infrared and digital display

I was looking to use a different ir thermal sensor with it's own circuit board controller and LCD display with my own computer coding for operation. I am referring to razorback technology patents

1 Lawyer Answer
John B. Hudak
John B. Hudak

A: Generally, to determine if a patent can limit the activities of others there would need to be a determination of the following: (a) if the patent in question is still active; (b) an interpretation of the claims of the patent -- analyzing what is actually covered -- and if the potential actions will literally infringe or infringe by a doctrine of equivalents; and (c) the possibility that the patent may be found invalid. These issues are fact specific – and require some time.

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