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Patent law is crucial to encourage technological innovation.

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Title The Patent Crisis and How the Courts Can Solve it
Author Dan L. Burk
Publisher University of Chicago Press
All Authors Dan L. Burk,Mark A. Lemley
ISBN 226080617
EAN 9782260806172

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