Pitying The Poor Corporation Is A Patent Absurdity
Attempts to position corporations as victims in patent litigations ("Investors wanted--for lawsuits," Legal Affairs, Nov. 15) ignore years of history. Until the establishment of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in 1982, inventors had less than a one in six chance of winning patent litigations. Most corporations wouldn't license patents of individuals and small businesses.
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