If there is one area of patent reform where most US legislators seem able to agree, it’s that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s (PTAB) use of the broadest reasonable claim interpretation standard in interpreting patent claims should be abandoned. The Innovation Act contains a provision to shift PTAB re-exam proceedings to the standard used at district court level, as does the STRONG Patents Act, the bill which has been introduced in the Senate.

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