Bush administration speaks out on patent reform
The Department of Commerce released a letter yesterday voicing the Bush administration’s views on the pending Senate version of The Patent Reform Act of 2007 (S1145), which has caused a recent flurry of activity within the patent community
The letter, dated February 4, was sent by Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, Nathaniel Wienecke, and strongly opposes the bill's controversial Section 4 provision on damages.
Wienecke said that the administration will "continue to oppose S1145...
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