Bob Stoll, partner and co-chair of the Intellectual Property Group in Washington, D.C., was mentioned in the IPWatchdog article “Director Iancu Speaks of Wright Brothers as Champions of Innovation, Not Villains,” which discusses U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Director Andrei Iancu’s first major policy speech. The speech, given at an event hosted by the Global Intellectual Property Center of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, "Investing in American Innovation: Is the U.S. Patent Environment Promoting or Limiting Investment?" shed light on possible changes for the U.S. patent system.

In the question-and-answer segment that followed Director Iancu’s speech, Bob addressed the uneven application of patent eligibility standards by patent examiners, asking “When can we expect the PTO to do something?...We need help now!”

Read “Director Iancu Speaks of Wright Brothers as Champions of Innovation, Not Villains.”


Source: IP Watchdog
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