The US patent law is about to undergo a major change with a raft of reforms set to be implemented. These changes are considered to be the most comprehensive since Congress passed the 1952 patent Act. But, the path has not been smooth, with voices of dissent materializing as the government carves out its plans.
MIP and Oblon, Spivak, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt jointly hosted a roundtable discussion – at a real roundtable – in Washington DC in late summer, to discuss some of those concerns and what really needs to be done
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