House Judiciary Committee Passes Bipartisan Patent Reform Targeting Trolls

BY Heather Greenfield
November 21, 2013

The House Judiciary Committee passed its bipartisan patent reform bill Wednesday known as the Innovation Act. CCIA had praised the bill when it was introduced and CCIA patent counsel Matt Levy explains what this will do and why it’s such a big victory in his blog post for Patent Progress.

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