Lawmakers are stepping up efforts to deter frivolous patent lawsuits against banks and a host of other companies.
In December, the House of Representatives voted 325 to 91 to pass the Innovation Act, introduced by the Judiciary Committee chairman, Robert Goodlatte, R-Va., which is designed to deter so-called patent trolls, who critics say abuse patent ownership for financial gain.
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