Realise the value of patent quality
If patents are to stand the test of litigation, they need to be of high quality. But how is that defined, and how can it be achieved? Cheryl Milone explains
Historically, the inability to define patent quality objectively has been an obstacle to its use as an efficient tool for stakeholders in the patent industry. For example, the 2007 Strategic Plan of the USPTO provided the following definition:...
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