Dan Rosenberg on "a patent crisis that doesn't exist"
From a letter in the New York Times by Dan Rosenberg concerning patent reform bills such as the Innovation Act:
The bills are influenced by headline-catching “studies” using privately held and generated data to paint the picture of a patent crisis that doesn’t exist. According to federal data and respected academics whose data are available to all, the number of patent litigation cases as a percentage of patents issued has been shown to be stable over decades.
See also IPBiz post of Tuesday, February 24, 2015:
Katznelson on Lemley/Feldman paper on licensing
Survey evidence of Feldman/Lemley criticized; the story of Copaxone
See also IPBiz post titled -- Katznelson's "A Federal Information Quality Act Challenge to the White House 'Patent Troll' Report" --