Does the United States have the national strategy and infrastructure to establish a technological lead?

By Jason Lye, Sam Khoury and Corrine Sukiennik

Re-establishing the quality, strength and predictability of the US patent system would make a major contribution to ensuring the nation’s leadership in a wide number of technology areas

Recent shifts in geopolitical strategies, as well as leaps forward in technology innovation, have brought into question the ability of the United States and the international community to lead in the development of technology, IP protection and enforcement.

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