Leading US legislator hits out at Texan judge while tech’s playbook shifts to defence on the Hill 14 Jul 17
Patent policy has not been in the US Congress’s spotlight much of late. True, the STRONGER Patents Act was introduced in the Senate last month, but few expect that bill to get much traction and it’s a far cry from the period between 2013 and 2015 when there was a flurry of new bills. With last year’s election and the controversies of the first months of the current administration keeping legislators busy, patent reform has slipped down the agenda.
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