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Trademark and patent laws must be updated A generation ago, it was mostly big businesses that were concerned about protecting
The key is creating an attractive enough bundle to incentivize the buyer to click “add to cart.”
The relentless hyperinflation of drug prices needs to end, but it won't happen without major changes in policy. Some actions or proposals have included (but are definitely not limited to):
A judge ruled that there's no clear evidence that the tech giant infringed the patent willfully.
I don't fancy sitting on top of other passengers in an A380 or larger plane, and worrying about more people breathing the same recycled, often staler, air pumped into the cabin.
These are just a few random proposals, and there are certainly plenty of others, that would change the purpose and impact of trade agreements. Trade policy is too important to be left to trade negotiators who only think about the corporate agenda.
Finally, a 124 year old patent will settle the age-old debate: should toilet paper hang over or under the roll?
Life can be unpredictable. At any point in time, a brilliant idea could spring into your head. Regardless of the originality, quality and need for your invention, you will never find success, if the research and development do not meet modern standards.
Though Illinois has passed laws against patent-trolling shakedowns, the head of the Illinois Retail Merchants Association believes this is a battle only the federal government can fight.
This bill brings much needed transparency to the patent litigation system, ensuring that trolls are clear about who they are and what activity is violating their specific patent.
This week in Singapore, the Obama administration has a different focus -- providing "more" for the MPAA and big pharma lobby. That should change, before this huge trade deal is concluded.
Proper federal registration of intellectual property is beneficial because it provides the owner with the right to sue for particular damages in the event that the intellectual property owner's copyright, trademark, or patent is infringed upon after federal registration.
Apple and Google are not the first companies to duke it out over the rights to high-tech patents, and they certainly won't be the last.
Patents have been in the news a lot recently, both as incentives to eye-popping acquisitions and as clubs used to "stifle
Influencers and Innovation: Watch as Bill Booth, inventor of modern day skydiving, discusses the progression of his inventions and patents which have helped make skydiving 30 times safer than it was in the '60s.
There are plenty of small businesses being threatened with frivolous infringement lawsuits. So exactly how can you avoid patent trolls and what can be done if one moves in to strike?
The federal government, and the states, should do everything they can to exterminate them and to make anyone regret getting