Tech CEOs press House leaders for patent vote

July 17, 2015

Major tech executives sent a letter to House leadership on Thursday pressing for passage of a patent litigation reform bill. Executives from companies like Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Yelp cautioned that a flawed patent system is one of the largest threats to their companies and said the House's Innovation Act strikes a "reasonable compromise."


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