Christina Mulligan asks just what it is we're purportedly doing away with.
Eli Dourado discusses software patents, patent trolls, and the weapons we use to fight them.
No patent law regime is perfect, says Christina Mulligan. All have costs, so we have to ask carefully about each of them.
John F. Duffy doesn't mind reforming the patent system - if by reform, we don't mean abolishing it.
Zorina Khan argues that our patent system isn't broken, and that claims of regulatory capture in the patent courts are simply false.
Eli Dourado shows how special interests took control of the most important U.S. patent court, and how innovation has suffered as a result.
Public choice economics warns that our patent system may be rewarding special interests, not fostering innovation.