House Version of Patent Reform Differs from Senate's Over Fee Diversion
The recent passage of patent reform bills by the House and Senate has raised expectations for enactment a new law this year, but there's lingering controversy about whether the patent office can keep all its fees and about provisions allowing for new patent challenges. The differences between the bills must be reconciled before becoming law.
By Sheri Qualters|June 28, 2011
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