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Patent and Inventing Discussion => Patent Questions and Advice => Topic started by: Viktor Myslivec on July 05, 2017, 04:59:31 AM

Title: am I breaking any law by producing my product?
Post by: Viktor Myslivec on July 05, 2017, 04:59:31 AM
Hello,

I am planning to start producing new product which does not exist on the market yet. Problem is that one of its main parts is grinder card sticked inside of the product. I am not planning to use valleys which are main point of this patent (if I understand right) and not even any specific shape created from the grinding holes. My grinder card has bigger dimensions than the one from V-syndicate and it will be sticked inside of the product. Would I break any law by producing my product which contain grinder card manufactured without using these specific patented features?

thank you in advance for any advices.
Title: Re: am I breaking any law by producing my product?
Post by: Brad on July 05, 2017, 05:57:08 AM
Sorry.  We do not (and cannot) provide any legal advice here.  If you are worried about possible infringement of another patent you should hire an attorney to review your product and any related patents and give you a "freedom to operate opinion" or a "clearance opinion"

If you have any questions about patenting your own product we would be happy to try and answer those here for you.