On venue reform the courts may once again steal Congress’s thunder 08 Mar 16
As anyone involved in the US patent reform debate will tell you, new legislation is stalled in the Congress. It’s not completely out of the question that a bill will make it all the way to the President’s desk during 2016, but in an election year and with a very tricky Supreme Court nomination to consider (or not as the case may be), it hardly features high up on most legislators’ to-do lists.
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