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Patent and Inventing Discussion => Patent Questions and Advice => Topic started by: nona on August 03, 2019, 10:37:09 AM

Title: digital photographs
Post by: nona on August 03, 2019, 10:37:09 AM
i have a patent that describes an action that contains a use digital photographs. anther compny is coping my patent acsept for the fact she use live video. i can easily prove that video is a sequence of photos.
technically video is like many photos
but the question is-
from legal point of view- can i say that video is like many photos?
Title: Re: digital photographs
Post by: Brad on August 04, 2019, 04:44:39 PM
Sorry we do not give out legal advice here and you would really need to check with a patent attorney who understands patent litigation and have them review your claims and your patent to see what type of coverage you have (this is not a service that I offer).

I would also look at your description/text of your patent to see how you defined "digital photographs".  Hopefully you described them in a way that was broad enough to cover videos, etc.   

You can try to find a patent attorney near you here:  https://www.napp.org/find-a-practitioner#/