Buzz results for the tag “Patent Reform”

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As a new Congress descends on DC, the push for changes to our patent system continues. In February, despite already historic changes to the system over the past few years, Senate leaders called for more tweaks. With a new administration in town it’s a good time to review the bidding.

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The latest study purporting to shine a light on patents and the invention economy is a survey conducted by UC Berkeley’s Robin Feldman and Stanford’s Mark Lemley. We’ve been pointing out for years that sound data supporting the need for further changes to patent enforceability is lacking, so we were curious to see what these two academics might say about patent licensing and its relationship to innovation.

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The U.S. Patent Office is studying how to reduce litigation by improving the way patents are written and how they are granted, bringing more clarity to patent boundaries.

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Is there any meaning to the argument that so called “patent trolls” impose costs on businesses, tax innovation, and harm the U.S. economy?

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IV in the Community: September

September 3, 2014

From Tokyo to Seattle to Vancouver, members of IV’s team will be traveling around the world this month to provide their thoughts on everything from localized IP management to patent policy and politics.

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