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I like S. 1013. I like it a lot. There are parts (like the indirect infringement part) that need some fixing. But the core tenants of it are great:

1. More stringent pleading requirements
2. Identification of all parties of interest
3. Limits on discovery until after claim construction (!)
4. Fee shifting (shall award fees unless “position or conduct of the non-prevailing party were objectively reasonably and substantially justified”)

Huzzah! Congress speaketh soon!!!???!@?!?!

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