The debate over patent trolls rages on, getting some pretty high-profile (and hilarious) attention from John Oliver and action in the Senate, where the PATENT Act, the long-awaited companion bill to the House’s Innovation Act, was recently introduced. This legislation can’t move fast enough—and we are hopeful that the House Judiciary Committee will take the first step this week in passing meaningful reform. Every day without patent reform is another day of trolls targeting additional businesses and individuals. And unfortunately, those who suffer the most are the startups and small companies with whom we work. These are the companies that create jobs, build new technology, and have carried the laboring oar in helping our economy recover.
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