Stoll faces reality about USPTO funding
“Honestly, the answer is no.” That was USPTO commissioner for patents Bob Stoll’s frank assessment yesterday about whether the Office will be able to retain all of its fees
Stoll was speaking at the BIO IP Counsels Committee Conference in New York yesterday. He told attendees that, although the Office will be able to set its own fees under the America Invents Act, that power may be undercut by...
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