“Dubious Patent Reform”
The 2011 America Invents Act sought to improve the American patent system by creating new procedures for reviewing already issued patents. Professor Gregory Dolin, University of Baltimore School of Law, argues that, in crafting this legislation, Congress failed to heed the lessons of history and, as a result, created the potential for serious and systematic abuses. Students and faculty are invited to join for Professor Dolin’s presentation and a discussion of patent reform to follow. He will be presenting the paper Dubious Patent Reform.
Sponsored by the Program on Law and Market Behavior (LAMB).