2017 Mississippi Code
Title 75 - Regulation of Trade, Commerce and Investments
Chapter 24 - Regulation of Business for Consumer Protection
Bad Faith Assertions of Patent Infringement
§ 75-24-355. Enforcement [Repealed effective July 1, 2018]
- (1) The Attorney General shall have the authority under Sections 75-24-351 through 75-24-357 to conduct civil investigations and bring civil actions.
- (2) In an action brought by the Attorney General under Sections 75-24-351 through 75-24-357, the court may award or impose any relief available under state law.
- (3) In addition to the relief provided for in Section 75-24-357, upon a motion by the Attorney General and a finding by the court that there is a reasonable likelihood that a person violated Section 75-24-353, the court may require the person to post a bond in an amount equal to a good faith estimate of the costs to litigate a claim and amounts reasonably likely to be recovered if an action were to be brought under Section 75-24-355. A hearing shall be held if either party requests a hearing.
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