A committee of the New Jersey Legislature is urging passage of legislation that would make it easier for companies to fight off lawsuits filed by so-called “patent trolls.”

The Assembly Commerce and Economic Development Committee on Oct. 2 unanimously recommended passage of a bipartisan bill, A-2462, that establishes a set of standards a judge would be allowed to use to determine whether a patent infringement case has been filed in bad faith.

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