|Received:||2/3/2009 6:45:28 PM|
|Organization:||Syracuse University College of Law|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
|Rule:||Public Hearings Concerning the Evolving Intellectual Property Marketplace|
|Attachments:||540872-00008.pdf Download Adobe Reader|
Comments:The attached paper is responsive to question 7, as the inequitable conduct doctrine in its current form is one source of uncertainty regarding the enforceability of patents. The attached paper makes several recommendations for changes to the doctrine.