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When you think of patent reform, nondiscrimination likely does not spring to mind, and yet “do not discriminate” ought to be a guiding principle. Time and again when legislative or administrative patent reform has been proposed, the ABA-IPL Section has urged nondiscrimination on the basis of the subject matter, field of invention, or field of technology. As the laws advanced, our advocacy has maintained allegiance to this principle.
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