Brookings Report Finds Patents Driving Economies of U.S. Cities

, Corporate Counsel


Patents may be the cause of headline-grabbing lawsuits and smartphone wars, but there is evidence that they are also a major driver of the U.S. economy, according to a new study by the Brookings Institution.

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  • Brucef

    Real Informing-THANKS ! 2 ALL !!! bf 5

  • TC

    Ho to you distinguish a "patent troll" from a PE who has parked in a space that they didn't bother to patent yet a US citizen who didn't seem important bother to invest and try to protect?
    Public Relations makes troll stories to buy time, for justice delayed is justice denied.

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