At the recent FTC/DoJ one day conference on patent assertion entities and their potential impact on innovation in the US, one of the opening speakers was Colleen Chien, Assistant Professor of Law, Santa Clara University School of Law. Chen is a high-profile and influential commentator on PAEs, whose views on them are taken seriously in industry and, I believe, also in governemt. Following the conference she has put together a few thoughts on the issues for IAM:

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