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FTC Rushes Patent Settlement Report In Push For Super Committee Action On "Pay-For-Delay"

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The Federal Trade Commission rushed to press the data about the number of patent settlements between brand and generic companies in FY 2011 in an apparent effort to grab the attention of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction.

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