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A previously little-used provision of the Patent Act has provided the fodder for hundreds of qui tam lawsuits filed over the last few years by plaintiffs seeking a windfall from manufacturers failing to remove expired patent markings on their products. The basis for these lawsuits is the provision in Section 292 of the Patent Act that provides a penalty for false marking of not more than $500 “for every such offense.”

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