It is time to talk about the Patent Ogres 16 Dec 14
Here at IAM we have consistently argued that patent litigation in the US is heavily weighted in favour of deep pocket corporations. How could it be otherwise when it costs so much to enforce a patent? Our major criticism of the suggested legislative reforms that moved through the House of Representatives last year before stalling in the Senate earlier this year – and which look likely to resurface again next year – is that by making it even more expensive and more high-risk to enforce patents than it is now they skew things even more in favour of the big boys.
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