Patent reform flounders as House debates giving USPTO fee raising powers - UPDATED 18 May 10
In what must count as among the least surprising developments of recent times, it looks like patent reform has once again stalled in the US Congress. Accordng to a report on the CQ Politics website, the chairman of the House of Representatives, Judiciary Committee, John Conyers, has been negotiating with his Senate equivalent Patrick Leahy for a number of weeks on the wider legislation. "But those talks have not yielded an overall compromise."
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