Goodlatte insists there is no fee-shifting presumption in the Innovation Act; but is he right?
Of all the provisions in the Innovation Act Mark 2, the one that concerns the shifting of attorneys’ fees remains politically the most sensitive. It motivates Republicans who, opponents claim, have ambitions for broader tort reform and worries…
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