The “Patent Litigation Explosion” Canard

The “Patent Litigation Explosion” Canard

Unfortunately, the complaints today about today’s patent litigation crisis arise more from unchecked intuitions about what feels like a bad situation, from unrealistic assumptions about how much certainty we can achieve in the patent system, and from emotionally-compelling anecdotes about innovators running into trouble with patents.

America’s Accommodation of Evil

In perusing through a recently published book on American politics, the following statement caught my eye: “[The spectre] our well-meaning liberal friends refuse to face is that their policy of accommodation is appeasement, and appeasement does not give you a...

A Declaration of War Against Terrorism

On December 7, 1941, America was the target of an unprovoked, unmitigated and unjustified attack that left thousands dead and many more wounded. Americans understood the meaning of this day of infamy and responded appropriately–the sleeping giant was awakened....