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UFPR and 14 Other Organizations Write to Judiciary Committees Expressing Concerns Over Weakened IPR

On Thursday, June 18, UFPR and 14 other organizations submitted joint letters to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees to express our concern over Congress’s mediocre efforts to promote high-quality patents and end patent litigation that is abusive to small businesses. Together, we asked Congress to investigate policy directives and actions taken by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”) which have significantly weakened inter partes review (“IPR”), a process that helps small businesses to thrive.

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