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SCOTUS Unanimous Venue Ruling Affirms American Business Need for Patent Litigation Reform

The U.S. Supreme Court today provided some much-needed relief for American job creators: the small businesses, innovators and manufacturers who are under constant legal attack by patent trolls.

Patent trolls, also referred to as Non-Practicing Entities, which produce no goods or services of any kind, often file lawsuits against job-creating businesses in a tiny handful of pro-plaintiff judicial venues with no real connection whatsoever to the parties in the suit. Today’s ruling by the Supreme Court should help curtail that practice.

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