In the battle against “patent trolls,” two competing bills on Capitol Hill have emerged as the leading solutions to curb abusive patent litigation.
With different visions on how to fix the problem with the patent assertion entities, however, the authors of the two measures — the Patent Transparency and Improvements Act in the Senate and the Innovation Act in the House — will need to find common ground before any reforms can pass Congress.
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