‘The U.S. is still out in front of global rivals when it comes to innovation”
Says who? By our last study the small entity share of issued patents had shrunk to only about 10% of its historical average. Why? Because patents for us are now too hard, expensive and slow to get, keep and enforce. Our large multinational competitors are now free to rob and crush us which they readily do…repeatedly.
In fact, today’s patent system more discourages inventors than encourages. We have to fight to get our patents then find only our large competitors are able to enforce theirs. We cannot ours. Why bother when we’re beaten before we even begin?
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It is disappointing and curious that the Fortune article does not permit comments. Is it journalism, or paid advertising? Accountability, open debate?