Eastern District of Texas Debuts Two Tracks for Patent Cases

The Eastern District of Texas has ushered in a new approach to case management that could streamline patent cases and drive down costs, which some experts say is proof that the courts—and not Congress—are best-suited to reform patent litigation.

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