Venue Act introduced in US Senate to change patent venue law
Days after a Federal Circuit judge commented that changing patent case venue rules feels like “something a legislature should do”, the Venue Equity and Non-Uniformity Elimination Act has been introduced in the US Senate “to ensure that venue in patents cases is fair and proper”
US Senators Flake, Gardner and Lee have introduced the Venue Equity and Non-Uniformity Elimination (Venue) Act. The bill aims “to ensure that venue in patents cases is fair and proper”.
The bill would stipulate that a patent case may only...
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