If something isn’t broken, it doesn’t make sense to try to fix it. And yet some are eager to start tinkering with our nation’s patent system, even though the system is working very well.
Protecting patents are a core value of Americans and consistent with the idea that investors have a property right to their inventions. According to Adam Mossoff who wrote back in 2013 at the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) that “in the early American republic, courts secured patents as fundamental property rights.”
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