top of page

Senate VENUE Act: Badly-Needed Venue Reform in Patent Litigation

CFIF strongly favors comprehensive patent litigation reform, in particular the Innovation Act that passed by a bipartisan 325-91 House vote in the last Congress. Venue reform constitutes one important part of that broader effort, which CFIF has also emphasized. By way of review, current federal rules allow patent lawsuits to be filed almost anywhere, which in turn allows plaintiffs to file in districts where no defendant resides, where no substantial portion of the events in dispute occurred and where few if any relevant witnesses and evidence are situated.

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page