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House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 2

Last month, the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Subcommittee held a hearing to examine patent litigation activities at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). In last month’s feature article, we summarized the testimony of the first three witnesses who appeared before the subcommittee.

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 2

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 2

Last month, the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Subcommittee held a hearing to examine patent litigation activities at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC).

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

With the recent lack of progress with several anti-patent rights bills brought before Congress in this session, the anti-intellectual property rights lobby has turned its efforts toward the alternate remedy available to patentees whose patents have been infringed, the International Trade Commission.

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

With the recent lack of progress with several anti-patent rights bills brought before Congress in this session, the anti-intellectual property rights lobby has turned its efforts toward the alternate remedy available to patentees whose patents have been infringed, the International Trade Commission.

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

With the recent lack of progress with several anti-patent rights bills brought before Congress in this session, the anti-intellectual property rights lobby has turned its efforts toward the alternate remedy available to patentees whose patents have been infringed, the International Trade Commission.

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

With the recent lack of progress with several anti-patent rights bills brought before Congress in this session, the anti-intellectual property rights lobby has turned its efforts toward the alternate remedy available to patentees whose patents have been infringed, the International Trade Commission.

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

With the recent lack of progress with several anti-patent rights bills brought before Congress in this session, the anti-intellectual property rights lobby has turned its efforts toward the alternate remedy available to patentees whose patents have been infringed, the International Trade Commission.

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

With the recent lack of progress with several anti-patent rights bills brought before Congress in this session, the anti-intellectual property rights lobby has turned its efforts toward the alternate remedy available to patentees whose patents have been infringed, the International Trade Commission.

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

House Judiciary Subcommittee Offers a Solution in Search of a Problem – Part 1

With the recent lack of progress with several anti-patent rights bills brought before Congress in this session, the anti-intellectual property rights lobby has turned its efforts toward the alternate remedy available to patentees whose patents have been infringed, the International Trade Commission.