Whether it’s reformed or abolished something needs to be done about 101 15 Apr 16
Perhaps one of the strangest parts of the patent debate in the US is that for all the discussion about venue reform and the ins and outs of whether more needs to be done on fee-shifting, there has been almost no discussion in Congress about altering section 101 of the US patent statute. Concern over 101 - the part which establishes the first set of ground rules for what is actually patentable - is perhaps the one topic that the majority of people in the patent market admit is a mess.
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