US medtech, biotech companies still concerned with revised patent reform bill - update
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
Legislation to reform US patent law has been revised and reintroduced in the House of Representatives and the Senate1,2. The Patent Reform Act of 2009 continues to draw stiff opposition from the medtech, biotech and pharmaceutical industry associations, despite attempts by lawmakers to address their concerns and make improvements to the previous version of the act that was introduced in the previous Congress.
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