There is nearly universal agreement that reform of the U.S. patent system is urgently needed. But patent reform has many elements, with just as many players lined up on various sides of the debate: pharmaceutical companies versus high-tech, big corporations versus small inventors. Some want to preserve strong patent rights, while others maintain such rights weaken, rather than foster, innovation. For some, speed and transparency are key. For others, it is capping damages, or the creation of specialized patent courts to deal with highly technical areas of science and the law.
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