USPTO Experts Unveil Research To Curb Patent Litigation

Three patent litigation experts on Tuesday discussed their research into abusive patent litigation in their roles as U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Thomas Alva Edison Visiting Scholars, highlighting ways that clarifying claim construction, investigating patent allowance rates and better software systems can reduce patent litigation.

During a webinar the USPTO hosted to introduce the new patent litigation scholars Joseph Bailey from the University of Maryland, Jonas Anderson of American University Washington College of Law and Deepak Hegde of New York University, the three professors identified projects...

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