“Inurement,” \i-ˈnu̇r-mənt, -ˈnyu̇r\ noun :in patent law the concept that the action of another may inure to one’s benefit, esp. where the actions of another in reducing an invention to practice may be attributed to the named inventor for purposes of establishing priority of invention. … Continue Reading
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