One of the major challenges faced by patent licensing managers and in-house counsels is to find and prove evidence of an infringement. Not so strong evidence of use charts can become a standalone factor for the failure of a patent licensing program.
Reverse engineering can help confirm patent infringement by mapping relevant claims to the result of a product teardown. And a patent infringement can be confirmed when the publicly available literature has already been exhausted.
In this whitepaper, we are sharing 4 cases where we helped our clients prove infringement and monetize their patents using reverse engineering.
Cases discussed in the whitepaper:
Tear down of a semiconductor chip to prove patent infringement
How we Performed Reverse engineering of an OLED Display to Confirm Infringement?
Electrical Signal Analysis to Reverse Engineer the various processes happening inside a smartphone.
And when Reverse Engineering didn't confirm Infringement - How we still helped our client monetize their patent?