Real Clear Policy: Ambiguous Intellectual Property Rights Means Litigation Abuse

A legal case worthy of a TV drama is unfolding in Texas — with much at stake for American companies and consumers. The dispute over trade secrets — which resulted in a massive $706 million jury award last year and has since been reportedly exposed as an elaborate fraud — has now been appealed. But the rippling effects of the case, and continuing problems with intellectual property protections in the United States, will be felt for years to come.

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