Efficient Infringement’s Consequences Are Mostly Unavailable

The Quinn-Keller dialogue below is must reading. Today’s patent problem isn’t patent trolls. It is the diminishing availability of infringement damages after efficient infringement. In the case of IT hardware companies like Apple, in a post IPR environment efficient infringement is virtually inevitable. In a post HR 9 business environment it will become virtually mandated. Continue reading Efficient Infringement’s Consequences Are Mostly Unavailable

Will Zombie Patent Trolls Haunt the Hill in 2017?

A New York Times (NYT) article last week projected the economic growth policies likely to be supported by President Clinton if elected. It references a recent speech by Jason Furman who currently chairs President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisors. We expect him to influence Clinton administration execution of her commitment to close the “inequality gap”. Continue reading Will Zombie Patent Trolls Haunt the Hill in 2017?