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Last week, a bipartisan quartet of senators introduced yet another round of patent reform legislation. As with the prior unsuccessful attempts in recent years, the bills proposed in the House and the Senate address a variety of issues, such as the measure of damages that a patentee can recover from an infringer.

Numerous commentators have observed that recent attempts at patent reform are aimed, in part, at limiting the upside potential of companies that own patents but do not actually market products or services incorporating those inventions.

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