Patent reform in Congress is a little like the movie “Groundhog Day.” In each Congress, legislation is introduced, fails to pass and re-emerges the following Congress.
Whether this year will be any different remains to be seen, but panelists Tuesday morning at a Newseum event in Washington weighed in on the strengths and weaknesses of the current proposed bill and the impact it might have if enacted.
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