Innovation patents are stifling innovation


The full consequences of granting patents for so-called obvious inventions under the Australian innovation patents system are now being felt. Patent applicants have found that they can place significant hurdles in front of defendants in patent litigation trials. The result is that the scales are now firmly tipped to the advantage of patentees during litigation.

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