All posts tagged "Patent"

  • Business
    There is no place for blatant forum shopping in patent litigation

    (Dana Rao, IPWatchdog.com) – Of the 3,604 patent infringement suits filed in 2015, almost 40 percent (1,387)...

  • Government
    ICEdot Protects Your Skull, but Who Protects ICEdot?

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – Our U.S. patent system is broken, and it’s baffling as to why...

  • Government
    Hunting Patent Trolls Isn’t “Witch-Hunting”

    (Chuck Muth) – A “witch hunt” is generally considered a waste of time because there’s no such...

  • Opinion
    Fighting a Patent Troll and living to tell about it

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – How often can you sit down and have a rational discussion with an extortionist and persuade them to change their evil ways? Ah, but hope springs eternal. And it’s human nature for most of us to believe the best in our fellow man and that reasonable people...

  • Opinion
    Location, Location, Location: Why Venue Reform is a Necessity

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – According to a recent poll by Morning Consult, three quarters of registered voters...

  • Business
    Patent Trolls vs. Modern Day Billy Goats Gruff

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – Most people have never heard of a patent troll. I hadn’t until a year or so ago. They involve patents, which most of us know little or nothing about. But the “troll” part is easily understood. Remember the kids’ story of “Three Billy Goats Gruff”? The goats...

  • Business
    Time to Clamp Down on High-Tech Ambulance Chasing Extortionists

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – Many in Congress have long advocated for tort reform to reign in lawsuit abuse by personal injury attorneys. And who doesn’t oppose protection/extortion rackets where bad guys shake down little guys under the threat of property damage, physical injury or worse (he sleeps with the fish)? Well,...

  • Opinion
    Conservatives must take a stand in support of innovation

    (Chuck Muth, Citizen Outreach) – In today’s economic climate, America’s small businesses are under attack. Not only must they comply with onerous government regulations, but they increasingly face lawsuits filed by patent trolls, who work with trial lawyers to target innovators with claims of infringement on dubious grounds. Rather than create new products...

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