US elections put patent reform on shaky ground
In the wake of the 2010 elections, the fate of patent reform may hinge more on changes to congressional staff than on the newly elected and reelected Congress members themselves
While Bill S515 is bipartisan and its chief supporter, Patrick Leahy, remains chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee following last Tuesday's elections, much of the core work that has been done on the bill falls to the staff of the...
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