The American Inventor’s Protection Act (AIPA) was passed in 1999 and added § 154(d) to title  35 of the United States Code, which provides a remedy for patent applicants for post-publication, pre-issuance patent infringement. Section 154(d) provides a right to obtain a reasonable royalty from the date of publication of the application to the date the patent is issued if the patent infringer had “actual notice of the published patent application” and “the invention as claimed in the.. Read More