“Damage apportionment,” and “post-grant review” probably won’t capture the hearts and minds of voters in a presidential election the way “a chicken in every pot” did.

But that doesn’t mean that the vagaries of patent reform — and other equally obscure legal issues near and dear to Silicon Valley — are being entirely ignored by the presidential hopefuls. In fact, the campaigns have reached into the Valley, calling on some of the local legal luminaries — not just for money, but for advice — as they hammer out their positions.

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