Commenting on the reintroduction of the Patent Eligibility Restoration Act, which would eliminate all judicially-created exceptions to U.S. patent eligibility law, Washington, DC Principal Nick Matich noted that it “would be a boon to innovation in the United States.” He added that “the ever-changing law on 101 makes it extremely difficult for patent practitioners to advise clients about what they can patent and which patents will survive litigation” and “the uncertainty of patent rights created by the current state of 101 law makes it difficult for U.S. innovators to protect their inventions and attract the capital they need to build their businesses.” Click here to read the full article.


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