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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