Trump's Impact on IP During His First 100 Days in Office

The Recorder

02 May 2017

While President Trump has yet to explicitly reveal his positions on intellectual property protection, Morrison & Foerster partner Colette Reiner Mayer highlights certain actions that may expose the administration’s stance in her recently authored article “Trump’s Impact on IP During His First 100 Days in Office” for The Recorder. Appointments to the DOJ, FTC, and Supreme Court, combined with HR1695, signal the administration’s potential to promote patent enforcement over antitrust issues, and take a more active role in copyright issues. These actions lend credence to the idea that significant changes to IP policy and law will follow.

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