Archive for December, 2009

Patent Reform Continues Slog Through Committee

December 1, 2009

EETimes reports that an organization of universities sent a letter to White House expressing concerns on patent reform legislation pending in Congress.  The patent reform act has been tied up in committee, though, according to the article, a vote in the full senate is expected thil.

Meanwhile, Robert C. Pozen’s unremarkable call for a patent reform act to be passed without addressing the controversial issue of damages drew a response from Senators Leahy and Session, Chairman and ranking members of the Senate Judiciary committee, who noted that the committee sidestepped the damages debate with compromise language brokered by Senators Feinstein and Spector, discussed in this blog here .

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