(a) If a communication alleging patent or copyright infringement is received that does not meet the requirements set forth above in § 782.5, the sender shall be advised in writing by the General Counsel:
(1) That the claim for infringement has not been satisfactorily presented; and
(2) Of the elements considered necessary to establish a claim.
(b) A communication, such as a mere offer of a license, in which an infringement is not alleged in accordance with § 782.5(a) of this part shall not be considered a claim for infringement.
Title 10 published on 2013-01-01
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