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It might now be said that in the United States reward for innovation is another loss to be eliminated or minimized Watch out inventors Instead of address and study what should be done about supposedly offending actions Congress stands…

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Congress won't accomplish much if anything if it gets mired in the substance of patent law during the inevitable patent reform cycle in the th Congress Similarly vilifying all innovators as if everyone who owns a patent is somehow…

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In the Senate the Judiciary Committee is where any action relating to intellectual property reform will be played out Key Republican Senators on the Judiciary Committee including Senators Grassley Cronyn and Hatch are on record as saying that more…

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The sensible response to all these new and evolving circumstances is not a rush to pass a bill but a pause to evaluate the rapidly changing situation Many expert leaders including the former PTO Director David Kappos have so…

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It is good business for Google to have a weaker patent system but insulating the natural monopoly that Google has become by destroying the patent system isn t the answer for a prosperous America As a result of misguided…

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Thus Lee did not agree with Senator Durbin s main point which seemed unequivocally to be that additional patent reform is not necessary at the moment but did agree that the landscape has significantly changed Taken in totality it…

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The issue of patent reform and patent trolls would go on to dominate the confirmation hearing At one point during his questioning of Lee Senator Dick Durbin D-IL explained that patent reform has been a real eye opener for…

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The most recent patent reform bill to pass the House which is now expected to receive Senate backing as well is the Goodlatte Innovation Act H R Included within the various provisions of H R is the presumption of…

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The unfortunate reality is the United States is no longer the most favorable jurisdiction for innovators There has been a full assault on patent rights that started at least as early as Ever since we have seen proposed legislative…

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This survey shows what those in the industry have long known patent trolls and the need for patent reform are NOT the biggest problems facing the high tech industry in the United States In fact of respondents feel that…

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In the planned work days during September it does not seem as if the House of Representatives will take up the Innovation Act or any modifications thereto that might sweeten the bill for the Senate So what happened between…

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Recently I interviewed Ray Niro Our wide ranging discussion touched on all things patent we first discussed the announcement that Niro Haller Niro is now doing patent infringement defense on a flat fee basis We wrap up our discussion…

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