‘This is not tort reform’

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/feb/23/patent-bills-too-broad-too-soon-too-heavy-handed/

‘This is not tort reform, because patents are, in fact, property rights, and when you look at the types of changes to litigation practices that are being proposed, it weakens property rights’

Bravo!

Inventors have no problem with changing the law to correct weaknesses or inherent unfairness. The problem is many of these supposed flaws are over hyped by infringers and those that do exist the courts already have remedies for in place. What’s happening here is infringers trumpet supposed unfairness and then promote changes that have nothing to do with the evils they decry, or end up reaching far beyond by weakening or gutting property rights and damaging our economy and jobs in the process. Infringers are playing a shell game. America can never be strong with weak property rights.

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