Wealth of Ideas Newsletter

FTC Report on PAEs Is Not the Condemnation the Anti-IP-Rights Groups Wanted

As we went to press with the October Wealth of Ideas® e-letter, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its long-awaited report on Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs). Titled “Patent Assertion Entity Activity: An FTC Study,” this report was generated at the request of the anti-IP-rights lobby that hoped it could use the report to push through patent-weakening legislation.

FTC Report on PAEs Is Not the Condemnation the Anti-IP-Rights Groups Wanted

As we went to press with the October Wealth of Ideas® e-letter, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its long-awaited report on Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs). Titled “Patent Assertion Entity Activity: An FTC Study,” this report was generated at the request of the anti-IP-rights lobby that hoped it could use the report to push through patent-weakening legislation.

FTC Report on PAEs Is Not the Condemnation the Anti-IP-Rights Groups Wanted

As we went to press with the October Wealth of Ideas® e-letter, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its long-awaited report on Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs). Titled “Patent Assertion Entity Activity: An FTC Study,” this report was generated at the request of the anti-IP-rights lobby that hoped it could use the report to push through patent-weakening legislation.

FTC Report on PAEs Is Not the Condemnation the Anti-IP-Rights Groups Wanted

As we went to press with the October Wealth of Ideas® e-letter, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its long-awaited report on Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs). Titled “Patent Assertion Entity Activity: An FTC Study,” this report was generated at the request of the anti-IP-rights lobby that hoped it could use the report to push through patent-weakening legislation.

FTC Report on PAEs Is Not the Condemnation the Anti-IP-Rights Groups Wanted

As we went to press with the October Wealth of Ideas® e-letter, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its long-awaited report on Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs). Titled “Patent Assertion Entity Activity: An FTC Study,” this report was generated at the request of the anti-IP-rights lobby that hoped it could use the report to push through patent-weakening legislation.

GAO Makes Two Recommendations for Improving Prior Art Searches

The General Accountability Office (GAO) issued three reports this year regarding the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In August, we summarized the first of these reports, Patent Office Should Define Quality, Reassess Incentives, and Improve Clarity. Last month, we provided a summary and analysis of the second report, Patent Office Should Strengthen Search Capabilities and Better Monitor Examiners' Work.

GAO Makes Two Recommendations for Improving Prior Art Searches

The General Accountability Office (GAO) issued three reports this year regarding the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In August, we summarized the first of these reports, Patent Office Should Define Quality, Reassess Incentives, and Improve Clarity. Last month, we provided a summary and analysis of the second report, Patent Office Should Strengthen Search Capabilities and Better Monitor Examiners' Work.

GAO Makes Two Recommendations for Improving Prior Art Searches

The General Accountability Office (GAO) issued three reports this year regarding the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In August, we summarized the first of these reports, Patent Office Should Define Quality, Reassess Incentives, and Improve Clarity. Last month, we provided a summary and analysis of the second report, Patent Office Should Strengthen Search Capabilities and Better Monitor Examiners' Work.

GAO Makes Two Recommendations for Improving Prior Art Searches

The General Accountability Office (GAO) issued three reports this year regarding the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In August, we summarized the first of these reports, Patent Office Should Define Quality, Reassess Incentives, and Improve Clarity. Last month, we provided a summary and analysis of the second report, Patent Office Should Strengthen Search Capabilities and Better Monitor Examiners' Work.

GAO Makes Two Recommendations for Improving Prior Art Searches

The General Accountability Office (GAO) issued three reports this year regarding the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In August, we summarized the first of these reports, Patent Office Should Define Quality, Reassess Incentives, and Improve Clarity. Last month, we provided a summary and analysis of the second report, Patent Office Should Strengthen Search Capabilities and Better Monitor Examiners' Work.