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Tag Archives: Senate
In an interview with Intellectual Property Watch, former Chief Judge Paul R. Michel set forth, in one place, all of the most problematic (Ed.: read, “worst”) features of the Leahy Smith America Invents Act, versions of which have been passed … Continue reading
By A. J. Nelson The October 29th IPO summary reports on the Senate version of the bill (attached below) regarding willful infringement: SENATE BILL CODIFIES SEAGATE STANDARD FOR WILLFUL INFRINGEMENT AND IMPOSES ADDITIONAL LIMITATIONS ON FINDING WILLFULNESS — Section 4 … Continue reading