Self-regulation can only be the start in improving standards around IP research 21 Jan 16
Just as IP has moved up the corporate food chain over the last decade as businesses have attached more value to their intangible assets, so it has also become a far more significant area of academic study. Anyone who watched the smartphone litigation wars unfold, kept track of the Supreme Court’s opinions in a series of patent cases and has had the stamina to follow 10 years of patent reform in the US Congress is fully aware that IP, and patents in particular, has been catapulted onto the front pages in a way that it rarely was before.
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