House Agrees To Patent Reform, Including Amendments On Patent False Marking

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On June 23, 2011 the U.S. House of Representatives passed its version of the America Invents Act, which includes significant amendments to the U.S. Patent Act that many have characterized as a "major overhaul" of the U.S. Patent System. The U.S. Senate had previously voted in favor of its version of the patent reform bill back in March and may simply vote anew on the House version to avoid the need for a House-Senate Conference Committee, which might unduly complicate the legislation.

The major implications of patent reform will be discussed in great detail in the coming weeks and months. For today, we focus solely on the narrow issue of the amendments to the false patent marking statute (35 U.S.C. § 292) because those amendments will have significant immediate impact.

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