Lawyers suggest better labeling on prophetic patent applications

A pair of lawyers, one with Fordham University, the other, Stanford Law School, have published a Policy Forum piece in the journal Science in which they decry the use of poor labeling on prophetic patent applications. In their paper, Janet Freilich and Lisa Larrimore Ouellette point out that it is possible to apply for and receive a patent on an invention that has not yet been demonstrated. They note that such applications can be confusing to scientists, who may not realize that claims made in such patents may not actually be true.

Lawyers suggest better labeling on prophetic patent applications

A pair of lawyers, one with Fordham University, the other, Stanford Law School, have published a Policy Forum piece in the journal Science in which they decry the use of poor labeling on prophetic ...

Fri 14 Jun 19 from Phys.org

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