Pro-patent legislation is unlikely to make it out of US Congress, but it's still smart politics 22 Jun 17
The STRONGER Patent Act - a bipartisan bill introduced into the US Senate yesterday by Democrats Chris Coons (Delaware), Dick Durbin (Illinois) and Mazie Hirono (Hawaii), and Arkansas Republican Tom Cotton – is almost certain not to make it onto the statute books; but it is important nonetheless.
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