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In recent issues of Landslide®, Hayden Gregory has nicely recounted recent efforts at the federal level—Congress, the Federal Trade Commission, and the courts—to curb “patent troll” abuses.1 The federal legal landscape—and corresponding environment as it relates to troll activity—is changing rapidly.2
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