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Patents

Patents

Elgar Research Reviews in Law

Joseph Scott Miller

Contemporary patent law continues to struggle with the most basic questions of patent system design. There is fierce debate over the power of the Patent Office, the role of the courts, incentives to guide the process and many other fundamental issues. Professor Miller, in this research review, discusses seminal articles which are acknowledged to be the proper foundations for these ongoing debates. This indispensable research review is vital for patent policy makers and serves as an excellent reference source for anyone with an interest in the topic.

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Joseph Scott Miller

Subjects: law - academic, intellectual property law

Contemporary patent law continues to struggle with the most basic questions of patent system design. There is fierce debate over the power of the Patent Office, the role of the courts, incentives to guide the process and many other fundamental issues. Professor Miller, in this research review, discusses seminal articles which are acknowledged to be the proper foundations for these ongoing debates. This indispensable research review is vital for patent policy makers and serves as an excellent reference source for anyone with an interest in the topic.

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