Did you perhaps mean contributory?
- adv. In a contributory manner.
“And so, if the brothers were found to be contributorily negligent, then that means that they're going to be partially responsible and it's going to lessen the responsibility for the zoo.”
“By linking to the infringing website, Kerr is contributorily infringing the copyright.”
“The Court said both that it has long been possible to be contributorily liable by inducing infringement and that it was importing the doctrine from patent law -- why say both things?”
“Before the USCourt of Appeals for the 9th circuit was the question of whether distributors of peer-to-peer file-sharing computer networking software could be held “contributorily or vicariously liable for copyright infringements by users.””
“But the landowner might also be contributorily negligent by allowing brush to accumulate next to the tracks.”
“I have, however, contributorily infringed the copyright, "Liability exists if the defendant engages in personal conduct that encourages or assists the infringement.”
“If it would not be liable under pre-DMCA copyright law (for example, because it is not contributorily or vicariously liable, or because there is no underlying copyright infringement), it can still raise those same defenses if it is sued.”
“The most straightforward way to interpret that language would have been that a component sale exhausts the patent if that component contributorily infringes the patent.”
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“Accordingly, the court ruled that Quanta did not contributorily infringe the '552 and' 755 patents.”
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