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USPTO “thinking big” with new initiatives

Michael Loney, New York

The USPTO this week underlined its commitment to improve patent quality, and is confident it now has the resources to launch new initiatives that can be sustained even during fluctuations in funding

In a speech at the Stanford Law School called “Speaking Truth to Patents: The Case for a Better Patent System”, Michelle Lee, deputy director of the USPTO, noted that in the past the USPTO has “had to make do with...

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