In a time of what seems like endless partisan fighting in Congress, there is one thing that both parties have agreed needs to be done: patent reform. For too long, patent trolls have been attacking businesses, including hotels, wielding vague, overly broad patents that they use to file outrageous lawsuits. The case for patent reform is clear and Virginia Rep. Bob Goodlatte, who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, is leading the way.
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