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January 08, 2009


Thanks for this very refreshing bit of sanity that is greatly appreciated here. It seems like all the frantic rush to *Reform* US patent law will be in large part meaningless or much worse, unless the real root of the "problem" is addressed first, that being a somewhat intelligent and perceptive management of the USPTO. In my opinion this latter has been woefully lacking for the past several years. I sincerely hope that someone in the Obama transition team is paying very close attention to critical issues like those enumerated in your article, and that they will actually take the time to consider the real issues at hand in making the USPTO into an efficient and powerful part of the American economic engine, that has served us all so well in the past.

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