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Patent Reform Legislation

Every year we have a number of law students enter law school who are here to become patent attorneys.  For those of you in that category, take note that your future world shifted a bit last night when Congress passed the “Leahy-Smith America Invents Act.”  President Obama is expected to sign the bill into law.  […]

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Title 51

One of the facts about the United States Code that you may or may not remember from your legal research class is that it has 50 titles.  That’s a fact that’s been repeated to law students for 83 years.  Well, not anymore.  Late last year Congress enacted a law creating Title 51, “National and Commercial Space Programs.”  Recently […]

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New U.S. Code Site

Last week, Robert Ambrogi reported that the Office of Law Revision Council, who has responsiblity for preparing and publishing the U.S. Code, recently released a new official site for the U.S. Code.  The site is currently in Beta, but from what I’ve seen so far it is much better than its previous site.  This is another free resource you’ll want […]

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