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In Google Case, do what's Best for Consumers

April 22, 2015 - Europe's new top antitrust official, Margrethe Vestager, last week moved forward with a major antitrust suit against Google. At issue is the same "search bias" question that the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigated for two years. The FTC, however, closed its investigation due to lack of evidence of an antitrust violation and any feasible remedy likely to benefit consumers. The European Commission disagrees and is accusing Google of abusing its dominant position in search by favoring its own products, particularly its online shopping service.

Event Video Now Available - Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?

April 10, 2015 - Video of the February 11th event, "Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?" is now available on the TPI website.

Event Reminder- Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?

April 3, 2015 - Patent reform is high on the agenda for Congress. Competing bills introduced this year take different approaches to improving the patent litigation system. Will these proposals, ranging from heightened pleading standards to changing the standard for fee shifting, strengthen or weaken the patent system? What will be the effect on innovation? Panelists at "Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?" hosted by the Technology Policy Institute, will attempt to disentangle some of the conflicting data and research.

Event - Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?

March 30, 2015 - Patent reform is high on the agenda for Congress. Competing bills introduced this year take different approaches to improving the patent litigation system. Will these proposals, ranging from heightened pleading standards to changing the standard for fee shifting, strengthen or weaken the patent system? What will be the effect on innovation? Panelists at "Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?" hosted by the Technology Policy Institute, will attempt to disentangle some of the conflicting data and research.

Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?

March 17, 2015 - Patent reform is high on the agenda for Congress. Competing bills introduced this year take different approaches to improving the patent litigation system. Will these proposals, ranging from heightened pleading standards to changing the standard for fee shifting, strengthen or weaken the patent system? What will be the effect on innovation? Panelists at "Patent Reform and the 114th Congress: What does the Evidence Show?" hosted by the Technology Policy Institute, will attempt to disentangle some of the conflicting data and research. More details regarding the panel will be announced in upcoming weeks.

Aspen Forum 2015