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Patent Reform Bill Negotiations Accelerate; Hatch Wants No-Fault Re-Issues

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While patent reform legislation has been out of the spotlight for the past six months, legislators have been revising the Senate bill to win support from their colleagues. They specifically have focused on modifying the provision on post-grant review of patents and adding a provision on inequitable conduct

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