Jonathan Baker

Skadden Arps

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Patent litigator of Counsel at Skadden Arps, a global corporate law firm

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The idea of the patent is to protect inventors from copycats who steal their ideas. Patents are crucial to US dominance of the world economy.

Will Patent Reform Invigorate Innovation?

The idea of the patent is to protect inventors from copycats who steal their ideas. Patents are crucial to US dominance of the world economy.

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