Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Dudas thinks patent reform will fly

Reuters quotes Jon Dudas, director of the USPTO: "I'm optimistic that we'll have patent reform because what we see is that there are very real answers."

Reuters notes: both the Bush administration and the pharmaceutical industry staunchly oppose the damages portion of the House version of the bill.

IPBiz has repeatedly noted that "post -grant review" (opposition) is NOT a quality answer (or a real answer) to the allegation of a lack of patent quality.

Meanwhile, the Coalition for Patent Fairness was suggesting that the issues of universities with the patent bill had been resolved, when in fact they have note been resolved. Is that a "real answer"?

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