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Policymakers should re-evaluate mooted patent changes after recent developments, argues pro-reform academic

March 21, 2016, IAM

Stuart Eizenstat’s remarks made during his opening speech at the LeadershIP conference are quoted extensively in this IAM article on patent reform. According to Eizenstat, “By making it harder for our most innovative individuals, universities and companies to enforce their patents, we risk devaluing intellectual property, making it too difficult for investors to commercialise their ideas.”

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