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Based on Mr Pozen’s bio and the US Patent Office’s online database of patents, the only thing he knows about patents is neither he nor his company have any. Contrary to what Mr. Pozen and many large corporate repeat infringers would have the public believe, there is no problem with the quality of issued patents. All this talk about what they call reform is instead a concerted effort to kill the patent system so they may steal the inventions of small entities at will.

Patent reform is a fraud on America. Please see http://truereform.piausa.org/ for a different/opposing view on patent reform.

Post grant review should be droped and replaced by improved inventorship determination methods. A 90 day period to contest awarding before issuance of the patent should replace the one year after presently proposed.

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