Friday, June 30, 2017

HBR proposal: "a prelitigation review board "

From the Harvard Business Review: We suggest a prelitigation review board that would examine infringement claims up front and provide preliminary assessments of their merits. The low-cost and efficient initial review would follow the case through any further actions, strengthening high-merit cases and reducing the incentives for pursuing low-merit ones. Additionally, the majority of the review process costs would be borne by the plaintiff; this would neutralize the up-front cost advantages trolls currently have.

From Lauren H. Cohen and co-workers.

See also previous post on ipbiz
Lauren Cohen et al. go after "patent trolls"


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