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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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