Patent Reform Strikes Again?


Kyle E. Conklin of Ober|Kaler looks at the Patent Reform Act of 2009. On March 3, 2009, patent reform legislation was again introduced before Congress

as Senate Bill 515 and House Bill 1260. The

stated goals of this legislation are to make the patent system more efficient, to

improve patent quality, to limit unnecessary litigation costs, and to ensure that a

party's access to the courts is not denied.

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