Thursday, November 08, 2007

CNJ op-ed blasts patent reform 2007

Patent Reform 2007 does not even rise to the level of old wine in a new bottle.

Even the College of New Jersey is getting into the business of criticizing the Patent Reform Act of 2007; an opinion piece contains text:

For some reason, traitorous globalists like Rep. Howard Berman, D-Ca., want to "harmonize" our system with others world-wide. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., says this bill will fix patent law inconsistencies around the globe.

One suspects Berman might be better off dealing with the likes of Lex Luther.

The CNJ piece also states:

Post-grant review, a process that would permit patent infringers the right to challenge a patent after it is issued absent a court appearance, would make it easier for patents to be stolen.

Yet again, here is another win for multinational corporations.

The Patent Reform Act would weaken U.S. trade laws that prevent foreign companies from producing and exporting things to the U.S. with stolen intellectual property. This is a subtle approval for transferring U.S. jobs and technology abroad.


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