What would generally indicate accusing party's bad faith in patent litigation?
Let's say accusing party knows their patents are very weak/narrow but pretends that proper interpretation is the widest one. Would showing the fact that accusing party knew patents were narrow and purposely did not provide proper infringement arguments be sufficient to sue litigator to show bad faith in original infringement case?
What are necessary factors showing bad faith in US patent litigation, any precedents? What real world actions/facts/context constitute bad faith?
Bad faith definition by Cornell univ.:
A term that generally describes dishonest dealing. Depending on the exact setting, bad faith may mean a dishonest belief or purpose, untrustworthy performance of duties, neglect of fair dealing standards, or a fraudulent intent.