The Patent Eligibility Crisis Threatens Investments in Breakthrough Technologies

December 3, 2021
One of the most pressing issues hindering innovation in the United States is the uncertainty surrounding patent eligibility jurisprudence. Since 2005, the Supreme Court has issued four unprecedented rulings related to Section 101, the section of the Patent Act addressing determinations of what is and what is not eligible to be patented.
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The STRONGER Patents Act Continues to Gain Support in Congress and Beyond

August 8, 2019
Last month, a bipartisan group of U. S.
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The Truth About Patent Lawsuits

October 24, 2017
Save the Inventor and its allies are committed to protecting small inventors, innovators, and businesses in the United States against overbroad patent legislation that threatens to weaken the patent system. Over the last few years, there has been a consistent narrative from anti-patent organizations and companies claiming that patent litigation is on the rise and that it’s weakening innovation in America.
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The PATENT Act is “PATENT”-ly Wrong, And Other Reasons to Oppose S. 1137

January 12, 2016
There are many reasons Congress should vote no on S. 1137, the patent bill being considered in the Senate.
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The Economic Case for a Strong Patent System

November 12, 2013
Strong patent rights have played a crucial role in the U. S.
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