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Support for Innovation Act tempered by concerns about secondary effects

Peter Leung, Washington DC

Several members of the House Judiciary Committee expressed support for the Innovation Act, even while warning of unintended consequences

Earlier this week, the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the bill featuring a long question and answer section with USPTO Director Michelle Lee. In her remarks, Lee explained that the USPTO generally supports of many of the key...

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