December 17, 2015

A Quiet Erosion of American Patent Rights

Washington, D.C. partner Bob Stoll wrote an article, titled, “A quiet erosion of American patent rights,” which was published in The Hill.

In the article, Bob discusses the global “smartphone wars” and the implementation of antitrust policies by foreign countries that may require U.S. leaders in the industry to cheaply license their portfolios to domestic competitors in those foreign countries.  This illustrates a concerning trend by protectionist-minded foreign governments to undermine American patent rights, putting American companies at risk. 

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