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Supreme Court Upholds IPR Standard Making Patent Invalidation Easier; Will Congress Reverse?

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High court says inconsistent decisions by Patent Trial and Appeal Board and district court are okay; House and Senate bills would eliminate the broad standard but opposition by tech community could doom passage.

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