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accounting of profitsの例文

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  • Remedies for patent infringement track both common law and accounting of profits.
  • Equitable remedies include injunctions ( both final and interlocutory ) and an accounting of profits.
  • Canadian patent law also provides an accounting of profits made by the defendant infringer as a remedy.
  • While considerations such as intent may have a role in damage awards, they do not in an accounting of profits.
  • "Cinar " also extended the Court's earlier " Monsanto " guidance for the accounting of profits to the field of copyright law.
  • Co-owners in concurrent estates also have the right to an accounting of profits, in order to properly apportion income from the use or leasing of the property.
  • An accounting of profits is an equitable remedy entirely based on the idea that the defendant did not have the right to benefit from the property of the plaintiff patent holder.
  • During a high-level meeting in early February, Andersen executives expressed concern about Enron's off-the-books accounting of profits from its partnerships, especially one headed by Andy Fastow, at the time also Enron's chief financial officer.
  • The travel writer John Pope, who visited the region in 1790 on his tour of the southern and western territories of the United States, inquired into the accounting of profits generated by the Indian trade, and concluded that William Panton generally sold his goods at 500 percent of prime cost.