In Its Rush to Fix Patent Reform, Congress Didn’t Fix Its Biggest Error (Forbes Cross-Post)

3 02 2013

By Colleen Chien and Eric Goldman

Congress passed the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) (S.23), commonly referred to as “patent reform,” in September 2011.  The AIA is widely acknowledged as the most important change to U.S. patent law since 1952.  The AIA took years of legislative wrangling to pass, and it went through many, many iterations.  The resulting law is a voluminous 59 PDF pages with 37 sections.


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