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Brad Pedersen responds to the New York Times: Focus on quality to improve America’s patent system

Apr 28, 2022 | Intellectual Property, Patent Law

Patterson Thuente IP Principal and registered patent attorney Brad Pedersen has authored a new article published yesterday in IP Watchdog — one of the world’s leading intellectual property publications focusing on patents, innovation policy, trade secrets, copyrights and trademarks.

The article is a response to “Save America’s Patent System” — a recent editorial opinion from the New York Times that lays out the Board’s solutions for reforming the “many failings” of the patent system.

Brad Pedersen: “What is needed to keep pace with the exponential increases in knowledge and innovation is a more tailored approach to patent examination and protection coupled with clearly defined benchmarks for the quality standards expected from the patent system,”

Click here to read the full article and join the conversation on IPWatchdog.com.

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