Something odd is happening in the world of patents: The American and European systems are starting to look more alike – and that has big implications for invention, trade and the economies on both sides of the Atlantic.
Recent change in US patent law, combined with changes underway in the European Union, “creates some opportunities,” says James Pooley, Deputy Director General of the Geneva-based World Intellectual Property Organisation. “We have a moment in time to shift the...
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