Examples of infringement in a Sentence
any government action limiting freedom of speech is an infringement of the U.S. Constitution
Recent Examples of infringement from the Web
But that also got the attention of RCA, which had a near-monopoly on radio broadcast technology and which sued him for patent infringement.
Jason Besemann, organizer of the Louisville Zombie Walk, is being sued for trademark infringement, unfair competition, and fraud by John King, the founder of the Louisville Zombie Attack, which began in 2005.
The Ivory Coast international slammed a long range effort home in spectacular fashion during the 2-0 win on Thursday as Milan progressed 3-0 on aggregate, only to see the goal disallowed for an earlier infringement.
And in 2017, the company filed a lawsuit against Case-Mate, citing patent infringement.
One of Waymo's first acts was to file a lawsuit against ride-share giant Uber in federal court, accusing it of patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation.
The EU has launched infringement procedures against Hungary, but the most serious sanctions, contained in Article 7 of the EU treaty, require a unanimous vote in the European Council.
The Trump administration, which regards the authority of foreign judges as an infringement of sovereignty, has both provisions in its sights.
The bunny-proxy is Uber, the brash front-runner that dominates the world of ride sharing—but has hamstrung itself with debilitating distractions like executive firings and allegations of systemic sexism and patent infringement.
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First Known Use of infringement
Synonymscontravention, infraction, breach, transgression, trespass, violation
Antonymsnoninfringement, nonviolation, observance
Related Wordsmisconduct, misdemeanor, misfeasance, misprision, offense (or offence), sin, wrong; disregard, forgetting, ignoring, nonobservance, overlooking; delinquency, dereliction, neglect; encroachment, intrusion, invasion
Near Antonymsrespecting, upholding
legal Definition of infringement
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