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Will USPTO’s PTAB Undergo A Makeover? Senators Push Reform Bill, Patent Office Tweaks Policy

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Parallel district court litigation would no longer be factor in deciding whether to institute PTAB review of patents under Senate bill. BIO favors PTO discretion, would like claim amendments to be addressed.

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