Is the pro-patent community going to continue to lose every battle?
It is understandable that inventors, investors and others supportive of strong patent rights would be skeptical, and I've heard and read much skepticism. If not now, when? It would be easy to be skeptical, but the patent community should take this opportunity to engage. Despite continued disappointment from the Supreme Court, there is a very real possibility that pro-patent reforms could be achieved within the next 2-3 years. While 2-3 years may seem a long time away, if you are not trying to affect change today you will be too late by the time momentum begins to publicly surface. That’s how DC operates. So, is the pro-patent community going to continue to lose every battle? The post Is the pro-patent community going to continue to lose every battle? appeared first on IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law.
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