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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