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Trump: the pro-patent president?

Michael Loney


Since the election of Donald Trump, IP observers have been speculating about what IP-related action he may take. A new report concludes he will likely be much more patent friendly than Obama

Donald Trump 2017New US President Donald Trump this week took his first meaningful action to affect IP: pulling the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.  

That move had been well signalled. It is a lot less clear how Trump will...




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