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Should § 101 Legislation Include an Extension or Revamp of the CBM Program?, PTAB Litigation Blog

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Is the little-used CBM patent review program the key to passage of § 101 legislation?

Congress is currently considering legislation to drastically alter the patent eligibility statute, 35 U.S.C. § 101.

The unabashed intent of the proposed legislation is to expand what is patentable under § 101, and a draft bill would expressly abrogate any case that has interpreted the “abstract idea” exception and the other judicially-created exceptions to patent-eligible subject matter.

Read the full article at ptablitigationblog.com.

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